How Do I Value My Business?

Posted on February 10, 2020 by Chris Kirker

As a business owner, valuing your business may be one of the most daunting processes you will confront. This process becomes even more difficult during a divorce. Because there are multiple valuation methods and various factors to be considered, business valuation can be surprisingly subjective. In high-net-worth divorces, both parties are likely to hire their […]

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Can I Change My Child Custody Order?

Posted on February 3, 2020 by Chris Kirker

Child custody is set by a court order at the time of divorce or at the resolution of an original Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (“SAPCR”). However, this order is not permanent and, as time goes on, the needs of the family may warrant changes to the original order. The process to change a child […]

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Divorce Outcomes: What to Expect

Posted on January 27, 2020 by Chris Kirker

Chances are, if you are contemplating divorce or if your spouse has filed for divorce, you want to know what the possible outcomes are. Well, there is good and bad news. First, the bad news: it is impossible to anticipate how exactly a divorce will turn out. The outcome really depends on what each spouse […]

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Divorcing Debt: How Debt is Divided During a Divorce

Posted on January 20, 2020 by Chris Kirker

A divorce requires not only the division of marital assets but the division of liabilities as well. The community property presumption in Texas applies to both assets and debts. It is presumed that assets acquired during a marriage are the community property of the spouses. It is also presumed that when a spouse borrows money […]

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