Premarital Agreements in Texas

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

Many people assume a premarital agreement, also commonly known as “prenuptial agreements” in other states, means that the couple getting married is also planning for when they get a divorce. In reality, a prenuptial agreement promotes communication between the engaged couple and can be viewed as a pathway to how they plan to handle their… Read more »

Why Should I Get a Prenup?

Posted by Lynette Boyd & filed under Blog.

Valentine’s Day is a time when a lot of couples get engaged. In the weeks that follow, there should be a discussion about whether to have a prenup. There are some good reasons for getting a prenuptial or premarital agreement. 5 Reasons to Get a Prenup Prenuptial agreements have received their share of criticism. Some say… Read more »

How Does Child Support Work?

Posted by Marci Martinez & filed under Blog.

We get questions from many divorcing parents about just how does child support work? In Texas, there are statutory guidelines that affect how much each parent contributes to their children’s needs based on the parent’s net income. It generally turns out that the parent who lives with the child most of the time receives child support… Read more »