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Divorce for artists and creators

Many professional artists and other creative people make their home in Texas, and they are as likely to get married and raise a family as anyone else. Unfortunately, some of these unions will terminate in divorce. This can sometimes lead to unusual problems with property division. As the state of Texas follows the laws of community property, all artworks created during a marriage are the joint property of both spouses. They are to be assessed and divided like all other property.

Divorce rates within health care professions

Individuals who have divorced or are in the process of obtaining one come from a variety of occupations. Texas professionals may be interested to know that a study conducted on the divorce rates of people employed in the health care field revealed that doctors actually had a lower rate of divorce than expected, despite a stressful work environment and demanding hours. This study occurred between 2008 and 2013 and involved close to 250,000 individuals from a variety of health care-related occupations.

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