It often seems like most advice about getting through a divorce and moving on with your life is written by and for women. Although it's a cliche, many women are more comfortable opening up about their feelings and fears than men are. However, divorced men can provide a wealth of information that can help other men still going through the process, particularly when it comes to big issues like parenting and new relationships.
Once your divorce is complete, you'll probably feel like you've had enough of attorneys and legal documents to last you for a lifetime. However, there's one more very important legal matter you need to take care of -- drawing up or updating your estate plan.
Texting has improved our ability to communicate by leaps and bounds. However, as anyone who's even gone through a break-up knows, it can be our undoing.
Too many Texas couples don't get a prenuptial agreement because they're afraid to broach the subject with their future spouse. If you're smart, the two of you have already had some discussions about money. If you haven't, the prenup discussion is a good time to start comparing your views about money and your financial goals.