When dividing property in a Texas divorce you generally use a spreadsheet and fill in values for the major assets and debts. Then you work on splitting up those assets and debts between the parties to arrive at the percentage split you are seeking. Sometimes this is 50/50, sometimes it is disproportionate in favor of one spouse or the other. So mechanically it is a fairly straight forward process. The issues that arise most often are when the spouses disagree over the value of an asset. Continue reading →
Divorce is difficult for all parties involved, including husband, wife and sadly the children. Everyone’s situation is unique but there are some common pitfalls and mistakes that are more commonly encountered by men. In this post I will explore some of the most common challenging situations and mistakes made by men in divorce cases.
Mistake #1 – Agreeing to Very Bad Financial Divorce Terms
When it is the husband who wants the Continue reading →