Many couples go through their divorce process without realizing the financial implications that can arise. By the time their divorce is finalized, they’ve accumulated debt and lost assets. Are you going through a divorce, and feeling financially overwhelmed? Follow our guide to protect your credit before, and after, your divorce so that you can move ahead financially strong and resilent.
Navigating through a divorce is an emotionally and financially challenging experience—especially when children are involved. Whether you are striving for primary custody or simply wanting to retain collective property as yours, our simple, three-step guide will point the way to building a strong case that grants you what you’re asking for.
According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), nearly 100,000 individuals were arrested on DUI charges in Texas in 2013. Also referred to as DWI, a charge of driving while intoxicated carries steep penalties. These consequences vary by state, but Texas law outlines that offenders face the possibility of jail time, heavy fines, and a suspension of their driving privileges.
Unfortunately, when a marriage begins to get rocky, couples may be concerned over their rights concerning their children. In some situations the mother or father may elect to leave their spouse, taking their children with them. When this decisions takes the children across state lines, however, there are actions that that the other spouse can take in order to protect their parental rights.