A low-conflict divorce sounds ideal on a lot of levels. Fighting with your spouse just adds a lot of stress to the situation and drags it out. If you two are mostly on the same page and can agree quickly and easily, the divorce will usually be faster, cheaper and more enjoyable.
Social networking is incredibly popular. While it used to be mainly aimed at college students, adults of all ages now use it extensively. However, one study did find that there's a potential drawback, as the use of social networking sites has been linked to unhappiness in marriage and to divorce.
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.
The legalization of same-sex marriage in Texas and throughout the country has allowed countless couples to finally tie the knot. However, for same-sex Texas couples who married in another state and then found that they couldn't legally end their marriage, the U.S. Supreme Court's Obergfell v. Hodges ruling last year also meant that they can now legally dissolve their marriage and move on with their lives.
Going through a divorce is one of the biggest life events that most people ever experience and sometimes one of the most devastating. Even if you and your spouse are able to work out a settlement amicably, divorce is still an emotional roller coaster. If you have children, you're also dealing with their feelings and juggling being a single parent for the first time.
A final divorce settlement means the end of the fighting, right? You've finally gotten what you think is reasonable and fair. Whatever the divorce settlement says is fair is what you're going to receive, right?
Many Connecticut couples who divorce want the process to be as quick, stress-free and inexpensive as possible, for their own sake as well as for their children. There are alternatives to court-based divorce such as mediation.
Divorcing couples' battles often don't end with the signing of divorce papers -- particularly when they have children. Former Dallas Cowboy and current analyst for the NFL Network Deion Sanders is still battling with his former wife Pilar two years after the couple divorced.
Many Texans who get married are the beneficiaries of trusts set up by parents, grandparents or others. Some are named as beneficiaries during their marriage. These trusts can provide a much-needed source of savings and income for those pursuing advanced degrees, are retiring or when finances become strained.