Most states recognize a legal separation. Not Texas. In Texas, after you get married you remain married until the divorce decree is finalized. This has important ramifications for the division of property. Almost all property acquired during marriage in Texas, by either spouse, is considered community property and subject to division during divorce. If your […]

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Texas is what is called a “community property” state. This means that when it comes to the division of property, divorce proceedings in Texas are a little different than the rest of the country. In a typical divorce proceeding, property is split into three categories: your separate property, your spouse’s separate property, and community property. […]

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Posted on May 13, 2019 by Chris Kirker

Kirker Davis is proud to have been selected among the best divorce lawyers in Austin, Texas by Three Best Rated®

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Many people have heard about a prenuptial agreement, more commonly referred to as a “prenup,” and know about the protections it can afford you should you ever decide to divorce. What people may not know is that you can also protect yourself and your property even after marriage and before divorce through the execution of […]

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