Let me begin by being as clear as possible. In the eyes of the law it is not acceptable for either you or your spouse in a pending Woodlands divorce case to engage in adultery. If you choose to disregard that statement you do so at your own peril. In a recent Court of Appeals […]
Wasting community property is one valid reason a judge may order a disproportionate division of community property in a Montgomery County Divorce. A common example of wasting community property in a divorce would be if one spouse makes substantial gifts to a new girlfriend, boyfriend, or anyone outside the marriage using community property. If you […]
Many people believe property is divided in half as a result of divorce. It certainly sounds reasonable on many levels. Equal division of property is the standard in some other states, but not in Texas. You can end up with a lot more, or a lot less, than 50% of the community property so you […]
Division of the marital property is often a key issue attorneys deal with in divorce cases in The Woodlands. Each party often believes they are entitled to certain property at the conclusion of the divorce, but what does the law provide for how to divide property?