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Many steps and decisions in the divorce process

Married Texas residents who are contemplating a divorce may want to determine if they qualify for an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is defined to be one in which the two parties agree on all issues related to the split. Another type of uncontested divorce is when a party fails to respond to the court paperwork with which they have been served concerning the divorce. All other types of divorce are labeled as contested.

Factors that may affect spousal support

Texas couples who are contemplating divorce may be interested in conditions that can affect spousal support. In many cases, couples and their advocates are able to arrive at a settlement on major issues such as asset division, child support and spousal support by themselves. However, failure to mediate such a settlement necessitates intervention by a family court.

Terrence Howard asks to be released from divorce agreement

Texas couples considering divorce might be interested in a recent case involving the actor Terrence Howard. Reportedly, Howard is asking a judge to throw out a divorce settlement that requires him to pay his ex-wife, Michelle Ghent, $325,000 in spousal support.

Captain and Tennille divorcing

Dallas couples who have remained together during difficult times by remembering the song "Love Will Keep Us Together" may be shaken after learning of the breakup between the celebrity couple Captain and Tennille. The two have announced their split on their website and through a divorce filing in court.

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.

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