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Divorce in Texas, a Community Property State Divorce can be a convoluted endeavor due to complicated legalities. Divorce laws differ from state to state. In fact, individual courts are capable of considering various factors, as it deems appropriate, to determine how marital property is divided.

Texas executive admits sexting on state phone

The woman who serves as the executive administrator of the Alamo, Texas' state shrine, has become embroiled in a public divorce proceeding. The case reached public attention after the woman's husband accused her of having an affair. He allegedly located adult photographs and text messages on the woman's phone and forwarded them to some of her contacts and coworkers. The woman admitted to using a state-issued cell phone to send these items to a man who was not her husband.

Prenuptial agreements protect financial assets, property

No recently engaged Texas couple ever wants to believe that their marriage may not last before even heading down the aisle. However, protecting any assets in case of divorce should be a priority for couples, especially when financial and property division could become a problem down the line.

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Bruce Turner

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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