Monthly Archives: November 2011
Many people evaluate their relationships in terms of costs and benefits. Having a Plan B, a way to be financially self-sufficient, allows women to make decisions about their marriages or to be prepared when that decision is made for them. Click here to read the full article in the Huffington Post: Prince Charming
There is no question that the impact of divorce on children is monumental. Most clients I represent want to protect their children in every way possible from divorce’s negative long term effects. A Good Divorce requires a commitment to love your children more than you hate your spouse. Acknowledge your spouse as a Parent… Read More »
Check out the Business & Professional Women in Austin Supplement to this month’s Jewish Outlook. I’m on page 35!
There is an idea out there that divorcing couples who believe they can work through their divorce but just need help from a divorce professional can find a divorce mediator to guide them through the process. Lawyers cannot represent both sides, so a “divorce mediator” will either be a neutral lawyer or non- lawyer,… Read More »
It doesn’t matter how an account or property is owned or titled. Because Texas is a community property state, usually all real and personal property (houses, cars, bank accounts, brokerage accounts, retirement accounts) acquired during the marriage is owned by the marriage regardless of whose name is on the property. So, don’t think that… Read More »