How Are Retirement Accounts Handled in Divorce?

Posted on April 20, 2020 by Chris Kirker

Individuals confronting divorce often wonder whether they will be able to keep their retirement account(s) after divorce or whether they will be required to share their account(s) with their soon-to-be ex-spouse. Retirement benefits may include pensions, deferred compensation accounts, 401(k) accounts, Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), or other retirement savings plans. In Texas, whether retirement benefits […]

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Key Point: Stay Home – Work Safe generally does NOT impact possession schedules as long as the parents practice good social distancing. A more detailed analysis is provided below: The spread of COVID-19 has forced many of us to adopt a new way of life. For the time being, many find themselves shouldering a host […]

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What will happen to my pet if my spouse and I divorce?

Posted on March 30, 2020 by Chris Kirker

Pets can offer us so much. In return for their boundless friendship, love, and companionship, many of us treat them just like any other member of the family. Indeed, by 2015, the Oxford Learner’s Dictionary had added the term “fur baby,” though, the term had already been popular among Austinites for quite some time. Like […]

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The abrupt rise of measures enacted to curtail the number of COVID-19 infections has caught many parents off guard. Social distancing, shuttered bars and restaurants, and mandatory school closures have taken many of us, parents especially, into uncharted waters. Parents who share possession of their children have been left wondering how the coronavirus will impact […]

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