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September 2016 Archives

Texas child support and Amanda Stanton headlines

The decision to divorce can be a difficult one to come to terms with. Many Texas couples will expend an enormous amount of time and energy attempting to settle their differences prior to deciding that a divorce is the best option. One of the primary reasons that many couples will go to such lengths is that there are children involved. When there are children in the family, their well-being must be taken into account in deciding on child custody and child support issues.

College savings and property division in a Texas divorce

College is expensive. Thus, many Texas parents begin saving for their child's college education soon after the child is born. These parents have several options regarding the type of account and the amount contributed to it. These accounts are often established when the marriage is stable; however, in the event of a divorce, they can become a factor in the property division of the marital estate.