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DIVORCE LAWYER'S ADVICE ON HOW TO KEEP DISAGREEMENTS REGARDING MONEY FROM LEADING TO DIVORCE

Posted by Anita Cutrer | Jan 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

Conflicts about money can often be a major factor in why couples end up divorcing. It could be important to discuss finances before getting married to make sure that your values regarding money are similar. It is also important to discover if your prospective spouse have secrets (skeletons in the closest) regarding their finances. Here are some things to think about regarding money, before you decide to get married:

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HOW TO DEFEAT A "RESIDENCY RESTRICTION" IN COURT

Posted by Anita Cutrer | Jan 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Below is a list of some of the most important pieces of evidence that you and your attorney can present in order to convince a judge to allow you to move with your child outside a court imposed residency restriction. 1.  The other parent is not involved in the child's life.  One example of the i...

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FIRST RIGHT OF REFUSAL - WHAT IS IT?

Posted by Anita Cutrer | Jul 08, 2019 | 0 Comments

First right of refusal is a term used to describe when divorced or separated parents are obligated to look to the other parent for babysitting instead of somebody else.  This term or concept is not found anywhere in the Texas Family Code.  However, in Tarrant County Family Courts parents often as...

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PARENTING PLAN - WHAT IS IT? DO YOU NEED ONE?

Posted by Anita Cutrer | Jun 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

When parents split up, whether they were married or not, it becomes important to decide how much time the children spend with mom and how much time they spend with dad.  Other issues that need to be decided is where the kids go for breaks and holidays, who will pick the kids up after school and m...

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HOW DIVORCE IMPACTS YOUR CREDIT SCORE

Posted by Anita Cutrer | May 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Your credit history and credit score are unique to you. They do not change when when you get divorced. But your credit score can change in the wake of a divorce. For example, late payments, delinquency or default can affect your credit score. Closing credit card accounts or removing yourself as an authorized user can have an effect as well.

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CREDIT CARD DEBT AND DIVORCE

Posted by Anita Cutrer | May 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Some times divorcing your spouse is easier than divorcing your credit card dept.  Even if your divorce decree orders your spouse to pay the credit card debt in your name, you have a contract with your credit card company.  Therefore, you are legally responsible for paying the credit card debt.

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Six Common Mistakes Clients Make in High Asset Divorces

Posted by Anita Cutrer | Jan 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you are fortunate enough to have a large volume of marital assets there is much at stake for you in the divorce process. It is important that you make sure that your financial well being is protected for your post divorce life. Because the stakes are high it is important that you do everything to protect yourself.

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Free Credit Report Freezes

Posted by Diane Wanger | Sep 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Finally, the government has taken a consumer-oriented action. All three credit reporting agencies have to provide free credit report freezing and unfreezing now. You have to set up the freeze individually, but it doesn't take much time.  The harder part is that you have to create a pin and USE ...

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IRS has a mobile App now IRS2Go

Posted by Diane Wanger | Aug 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

In divorce there are tax related questions that come up.  While it doesn't appear that you can get copies of your returns this way, it does seems that this app could be useful.  The security portion looks helpful too.   Anyone with tax questions can just grab their phone for answers. The IRS has...

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Child Support Cap and Other Factors

Posted by Diane Wanger | Feb 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

In Texas, the calculation of child support is initially straightforward.  There is a "cap" on the amount of income that child support can be based on, currently that "cap" is $8550 of net resources. See an attorney for how this may impact you.

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Hiring a Divorce Attorney?

Posted by Diane Wanger | Apr 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Talk to more than one attorney before selecting one.  If you and your spouse are going to be arguing over temporary use of the house and money or access to the kids,  this is crucial. If you anticipate an agreed uncontested divorce, this is less important.There are so many attorneys practicing fa...

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Child Support Cap

Posted by Diane Wanger | Mar 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

In Texas, the calculation of child support is initially straightforward.  There is a "cap" on the amount of income that child support can be based on, currently that "cap" is $8550 of net resources. See an attorney for how this may impact you.

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Troubled Relationship? Divorce or Counseling?

Posted by Diane Wanger | Mar 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

I told you last year that I would tell you more about my dishwasher fixing story which relates to assessing the decision to stay together or get a porce. We bought a dishwasher eight years ago and it was fabulous. It would clean well and you could put the dishes in without washing them. Recentl...

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