Divorce

Health care after a military divorce

As the spouse of someone in the armed forces, you have health care for you and your children. Yet, many military marriages do not work out. The effects of one person being away for extended periods can be too much. If you are considering divorcing a military spouse,...

Careers with the highest divorce rates

The career you choose does have an impact on the odds that you’ll get divorced. While it’s clear that every relationship is unique, you can still track the trends and see which careers have higher rates than others. If you work in one of these careers, it’s important...

How does spousal support work in Texas?

Texas law gives family law judges the power to decide spousal maintenance, sometimes called support or alimony. These decisions take place on a case-by-case basis.  These are the factors that determine an appropriate spousal maintenance arrangement when a Texas couple...