Category: Texas Divorce

Today’s Alerts: Deferred Maintenance on the Primary Home or other Real Estate in Divorce

A post divorce prospective client, Linda*, called me last week.  She signed her divorce decree over a year earlier and is now trying to divide property and accounts. Linda was awarded the home and previously unidentified expenses have come up.  She may have to sell the home as is, at a reduced value.  Likely proceeds … Continue reading Today’s Alerts: Deferred Maintenance on the Primary Home or other Real Estate in Divorce

Today’s Alerts: Inherited IRAs in Divorce

Inherited IRAs could be mistaken for traditional IRAs in divorce.  The consequence can be dramatic and costly. An Inherited IRA could inadvertently be treated as a traditional IRA, included as a community asset and divided in the decree – mistakes that could cost the beneficiary of the Inherited IRA thousands in both the amount included … Continue reading Today’s Alerts: Inherited IRAs in Divorce

Collaborative, Mediation, or Litigation: Which Divorce Process Will Work for You?

Last week I attended an eye opening event – the Annual Conference for Collaborative Divorce Texas.   I had the pleasure of listening to top Texas collaborative professionals (including several from Austin).  More importantly, I had the opportunity to listen to a panel of three divorced couples discuss the pros and cons of their own collaborative … Continue reading Collaborative, Mediation, or Litigation: Which Divorce Process Will Work for You?

A “Kitchen Table” Divorce That Just Might Work

A “Kitchen Table” divorce congers up an image of a couple sitting down over a cup of coffee to divide what they have and what they owe in a manner that works for both parties going forward.  They competently agree to the terms, split up, shake hands and move on with their lives without ever having to … Continue reading A “Kitchen Table” Divorce That Just Might Work

Four Reasons Why Great Family Law Attorneys use Certified Divorce Financial Analysts™

Experienced family law attorneys and Certified Divorce Financial Analysts™ (CDFAs) are ideal referral partners and more.  CDFAs Build a Financial Picture CDFAs do the homework.  We gather the tax returns and other financial documents that attorneys need.  We know which additional documents will help get to the real picture.  Then we organize financial information and provide … Continue reading Four Reasons Why Great Family Law Attorneys use Certified Divorce Financial Analysts™