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What things can I spend my child support on?

As a Texas parent receiving child support, you may have questions about what kinds of things you can spend your child support money on. Naturally you can spend it on such necessities as your children’s food and clothing, but is that all? The answer is no. As FindLaw explains, you have enormous discretion when it comes to all the things that you can legitimately spend this money on.

Why you should be aware of marital property

If you are thinking of filing for divorce or you have already started filling out the papers, it is crucial that you are aware of how much marital property and assets you have. During a divorce, both parties are responsible for disclosing all property and assets, including homes, vehicles, antiques, lottery winnings, coin collections, life insurance plans and gifts, in addition to other things. In some cases, however, spouses may attempt to hide marital property so that it is not distributed in the divorce settlement. There are several ‘tricks’ spouses may use to divert assets and property away from the marriage, and then reclaim them once the final divorce papers are signed.

Financial tips for divorcing men

As a husband and father, you have some unique considerations when it comes to getting a divorce. This is especially true if you are the main breadwinner and/or oversee the household finances. Divorcing can be complex and quickly become a hostile situation between you and your ex.

The why and how of establishing paternity

Unmarried dads in Texas may find themselves scratching their heads about the process of establishing paternity. They may also have more questions than they know how to find answers to and wonder whether they should even bother to assume legal responsibility for their children. These questions are not uncommon.

How is separate property handled in a divorce?

Have you recently filed for divorce or are thinking about legally separating from your partner? You may feel overwhelmed when faced with the many issues that must be settled in the final divorce papers. One of the most difficult may be that of separating property that you have accumulated during the course of your marriage. Contrary to what you may think, not all property is considered jointly owned and you may not have to divide some items in the divorce decree. Separate property is identified as property owned privately by either party before becoming married, and in some cases, this property may stay in the possession of the original owner, even in the case of a divorce.

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