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Experts may provide important divorce role

Texas couples who are going through a divorce are often unable to resolve certain issues, even if the split is otherwise amicable. Experts are accordingly often called upon to provide testimony during divorce cases on a variety of matters. These professionals may be court-ordered or retained by one of the parties, and their opinions are both admissible and given a great deal of weight by a court.

Dallas reality TV fans may take away lesson in Jenner divorce

The announced split of reality TV stars Bruce and Kris Jenner may have surprised Keeping Up With The Kardashians fans in Dallas, Texas. Although each of them enjoyed a modicum of fame and wealth before they were married, they neglected to sign a prenuptial agreement, and that could mean a lot of drama during their divorce. Legal experts remind clients who are taking the plunge into marriage to get a prenup, whether or not they expect to have a $125 million fortune by the time of their marital dissolution.

Hiding credit card purchases can damage a relationship

Texas residents who run up credit card expenditures without telling their spouses may not just be putting their credit ratings at risk. According to a survey done by a British price comparison website, hiding purchases from someone's partner can be damaging to a marriage. The survey of 1,000 men and women revealed that 10 percent of the respondents said that hiding credit card purchases contributed to their divorce or separation.

Older divorcing woman may benefit from reverse mortgages

Older women in Texas getting a divorce might be interested in learning about the potential benefits of reverse mortgages. The concerns of older women getting divorces are somewhat different from those of their younger counterparts as they have issues such as retirement and medical expenses to consider.

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