Divorce decrees are not neutral documents. A key feature of every divorce decree is spelling out in black and white who has what rights to certain property. Since your rights to certain property are going to be restricted or protected Read More

If you think a piece of real estate that you own is separate property and not community property in your Woodlands Divorce then you have to prove you meet the legal requirements to obtain the protection of separate property. Unfortunately, Read More

Getting a divorce in The Woodlands is complicated enough, but if you own a business operated as a sole proprietorship then things get even more complicated. The application of these rules depend entirely on the facts of your case so Read More

In every Woodlands Divorce case your attorney will review the assets and debts that exist between you and your spouse. After the assets and debts are identified your Woodlands Divorce Attorney will then work with you to discover which assets Read More

Did that house you owned before marriage and then refinanced during marriage become community property? This is a very common question that comes up in a Woodlands Divorce, usually as the result of rushing through the refinance process without considering Read More

Are you considering divorce and are not sure where to begin? Has your spouse already filed for divorce and you are not sure how to protect yourself? Are you wondering: How much child support is involved in your divorce? Is Read More

A recovery that you obtain for personal injuries during your marriage is generally considered to be your separate property and not community property in a Woodlands divorce. There is one significant exception however. A personal injury award can be made Read More

Not everyone gets divorced right away. All too often the husband and wife go their separate ways and never bother to end the legal marriage relationship. It is usually never a good idea to maintain a legal relationship that could Read More

More and more people make use of student loans to help pay for their education. As recently as 2009 almost 60% of Texas students graduated college with student loan debt. If you add on graduate school student loan debt can Read More

It is very common for a couple to make improvements to their home during the course of their marriage. But what happens when one spouse uses separate property they received as an inheritance to make home improvements? Through careful review Read More