Understanding the Inventory and Appraisement (I&A)

Posted on July 20, 2020 by Chris Kirker

During the divorce process, parties may have to prepare and file what is called an “inventory and appraisement.” An inventory and appraisement (I&A) is, essentially, a list of all real and personal property as well as all debts and liabilities claimed by each spouse. The I&A list may be filed with the court and its purpose is to […]

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Key Considerations for Divorce During COVID-19 Crisis

Posted on July 13, 2020 by Chris Kirker

The last several months have created new difficulties for many people. As COVID-19 has spread throughout the state, Texans have had to adjust to a new way of life.  The challenges posed by the COVID-19 quarantine have affected Texans in different ways. Stress over employment issues, questions over continued lockdowns of public schools, and reduced […]

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How Does Divorce Affect Military Benefits?

Posted on June 22, 2020 by Chris Kirker

The protection of our nation’s veterans and their hard-fought benefits can evoke strong reactions from many, as evidenced by numerous court cases and Congressional measures over the years. No matter your role in a military marriage, it is important to understand both the development and current state of divorce as it relates to military benefits.  […]

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Divorce and the Family Business

Posted on June 15, 2020 by Chris Kirker

Many people find themselves overwhelmed when confronting divorce. Having a family business can further aggravate the stress associated with divorce. However, there are steps that business owners can take to alleviate some of this stress. Below are a few tips to consider when approaching your divorce as a business owner.  Focusing on your priorities is, […]

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