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Should I Represent Myself in a Texas Divorce or Child Custody Case? A Texas Family Law Attorney Explains.

Should I Represent Myself in a Texas Divorce or Child Custody Case

Some individuals choose to represent themselves in court. It should also be known that there are many risks to representing yourself in court. The largest risk of self representation in a court case is that you may lose the case, due to your lack of legal knowledge. When you represent…

Should I let my Spouse Keep the House in a Divorce? A Plano Divorce Attorney Explains.

Should I let my Spouse Keep the House in a Divorce

Who Keeps the House?  Many people struggle to decide who should keep the house after a divorce. Texas is a community property state, which means that property is generally divided equally. Both spouses are entitled to at least 50 percent equity in the home. However, the judge will look at…

Who Gets Custody of the Pets in a Divorce? A Texas Divorce Attorney Helps Explain.

Who Gets Custody of the Pets in a Divorce?

What Happens to Pets During a Divorce? People do not go into marriage believing that this union will end in divorce, but many marriages do, unfortunately, end in divorce. During a divorce two individuals who have been together must now divide everything they have accumulated during their marriage. It could…

What Happens to My Pension, IRA or 401K During a Divorce: How a Texas Divorce Attorney Can Help.

What Happens to My Pension, IRA or 401K During a Divorce

When you are considering divorce in Texas, you will have to divide your assets that include you or your spouse’s 401k, IRA, pension, and any joint retirement accounts opened in whole or part with marital funds. This is due to federal law. This can be a very complex process requiring…

Does Adultery Affect Divorce in Texas? A Texas Divorce Attorney Explains.

Does Adultery Affect Divorce in Texas

Is Adultery a Reason for Divorce? Texas is one of the states that allows no-fault divorce. This means that you are allowed to file for a divorce for no reason at all. However, adultery is one of the main reasons that people may file for divorce. Adultery is defined as…

What are Potential Property Arguments in Your Divorce? A Texas Divorce Attorney Explains.

What are Potential Property Arguments in Your Divorce

There are a lot of things that have to be taken into consideration when dividing debts and property during a divorce proceeding in Texas. The state of Texas is a community property state. This means that any property that is purchased or acquired during the marriage belongs to both parties….

What are the Issues a Business Owner Should Know When Going Through a Divorce? A Texas Divorce Attorney Helps Explain.

What are the Issues a Business Owner Should Know When Going Through a Divorce

Many major issues require resolution when a couple divorces. One such concern divorcing individuals might have is the future of their business. In such instances, consultation with a divorce attorney might prove valuable. The Law Offices Of David Kohm is very experienced in divorce and family law. We invite our…

Property Division in Texas Divorce Needs to be Equitable, but not Equal. A Plano Divorce Attorney Explains the Difference.

Property Division in Texas Divorce Needs to be Equitable, but not Equal

Property Division in Texas Divorce Needs to be Equitable but not Equal Marriages are legal institutions that join two individuals into one legal entity that shares property, lien, debt, liability and lives together. Marriages typically dissolve all the property acquired by individuals during marriage into community property. Federal and state…

What Happens to the Mortgage After a Divorce? A Texas Divorce Attorney Explains.

What Happens to the Mortgage After a Divorce

When a couple divorces, many issues must be resolved. One common quandary splitting couple’s face is which spouse will retain the marital home and what happens to the mortgage on said property. The Law Offices of David Kohn have experienced Texas divorce attorneys that can assist in answering this question…

Why Finalizing Your Divorce in 2018 Could Save You Money and How a Divorce Attorney Can Help

Why Finalizing Your Divorce in 2018 Could Save You Money

Finalizing a Divorce in 2018: Understand the New Tax Law with Help From Your Divorce Attorney You may have heard about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, which is going to change a lot of things about how people do their taxes. One of the biggest impacts will…