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Ashton Kutcher finally files divorce papers

Separation and divorce are not the same thing. While a married couple may decide to separate, live apart, and even see other people, a marriage remains legally binding until a divorce is filed. Although the formal legal process can be unappealing to some, a full and notarized divorce can lead to a better long-term financial and personal situation-particularly for high-asset couples.

Texas residency defines high-asset support case

Child support cases are always a contentious, high-stakes ordeal. This level of intensity is only raised further if one or both of the parents involved hold a sizeable amount of assets. Given that child support payments are based on a percentage of parents' income rather than a fixed flat rate, the more a Texas resident makes, the more money stands to change hands following a child support decision.

'Spiritual' estate planning on the rise

With the practice of estate planning, couples and singles alike are able to reach a level of certainty as to how their assets, both physical and financial, will be handled after they have passed. The life of every family is different, and the variety of planned estate arrangements reached in Dallas alone is as vast and sprawling as the state of Texas.

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In addition to his law degree, Bruce Turner has a master's degree in tax law and is Board Certified in Commercial Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

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