Prenuptial Agreements in Texas

A prenuptial agreement, also known as a premarital agreement or “prenup,” is a legal contract entered into by two individuals before they get married. The agreement typically outlines how assets and debts will be divided in the event of a divorce or death. In Texas, prenuptial agreements are governed by the Texas Family Code, and

Reasons to Get Divorced in Texas

Marriage is one of the most important decisions that a person can make in their life. It is a commitment to another person, a promise to love, support and be there for each other through thick and thin. However, not all marriages are meant to last forever. Sometimes, despite the best of intentions, things just

The Texas Divorce Process

Divorce can be a difficult and emotional process, but understanding the process and knowing what to expect can help make it a bit easier. In Texas, the process begins with the filing of a petition. The spouse who files is referred to as the petitioner, while the other spouse is referred to as the respondent.