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Dealing with bitcoin assets in divorce

Texas is a community property state, so when couples get a divorce there, the property they have acquired since the marriage is considered shared property and divided accordingly. While this usually means dividing things like homes and bank accounts, there is also a possibility that one person might have bitcoin investments.

How to deal with parental alienation

Parental alienation is the name for a situation in which one parent tries to turn a child against the other parent. There are several ways that estranged Texas couples may be able to recognize the syndrome, and they may also be able to take steps to decrease the influence of the other parent.

Credit records can be a consideration during divorce

For people in Texas considering divorce, it is important to keep an eye on debts both in asset division and following the end of the marriage. During a marriage, many couples take out joint debt, including mortgages, loans and credit card accounts. Dividing debt and assets from the marriage is part of the divorce process, but it can be easy for bills to fall by the wayside.

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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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