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Child custody: Are you ready to co-parent during the holidays?

When you informed your children that you and your spouse had decided to divorce, you may have noticed that each of them had a unique reaction. Depending on ages, one child might have been angry while another became reclusive. If you have toddlers or infants, they are undoubtedly too young to have understood the topic of discussion. However, like all good parents, you want what's best for your kids and may have worried whether child custody issues would cause them stress, especially during their first post-divorce holiday season. 

Why you need a formal agreement when legally separating

Every relationship goes through difficult times, but there may be a point where you and your spouse live apart for a while. Separating is not an easy choice, but it can provide you the opportunity to think through things before you make the decision to divorce. If you do decide that a separation period is best for your situation, you would be wise to consider drafting a formal agreement.

Do you have misconceptions about prenuptial agreements?

Preparing to marry is an exciting time for a Texas couple. There are exciting things to look forward to, such as the wedding, honeymoon and starting their life together. These are wonderful things, but they are not the only way a couple should prepare for the future. They may also want to consider the benefits of drafting a prenuptial agreement.

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