Does texas homestead law give a surviving spouse the right
Does texas homestead law give a surviving spouse the right to live in the deceased spouse's home for the rest of her life even if the prenuptial agreement and post nuptial agreement and will pass the house to the deceased apouse's children?
My husband decided on 10/2/2016 he wants a divorce having a
My husband decided on 10/2/2016 he wants a divorce having a cyber affair thinks he's in love has left me very little money I can't afford an attorney he went to an attorney on 10/3/2016 what he has offered is $1000 a month support, all household goods, two four wheel squads, and he pays all the household bills, he went incorporated and as his own trucks and trucking business and is leased onto a company makes good money my name is ***** ***** business as treasurer/secretary do I need it in writing that he can not remove me from the business he has the titles to our vehicles in a safety deposit box I want those in my in my procession also I want to be able to sell his three trucks if something should happen to him after the divorce does this in your opinion sound like its fair or should I fight it?
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I recently got married a year ago and my husband inherited
Hello,I recently got married a year ago and my husband inherited land and property right before we married...his lawyer had me sign on the deed saying....that I enter into this conveyance to convey any marital interest I may have, if any. I did not realize what this meant? Is this like a post nuptial agreement type thing? What happens if we get divorced will I be entitled to any increase in value of the property? Please help!
My wife and I had our own bank accounts for the most part of
My wife and I had our own bank accounts for the most part of our 27 yr marriage, dividing the household expenses as a percentage of our incomes. We divided the expenses of our 4 kids, where she was responsible for the 2 girls and I was for the two boys. She is a spender and I am a saver. She has worked part time for the most part of our marriage but for the last 7 years she has been working full time. I want a divorce or legal separation in a year or 2 and I do not want to forgo half of my savings upon divorce. My savings are about 200k, including 401k and Roth ira, where as hers is about 20k. Is there a legal way for me to not to forfeit to her half of my money in my accounts, retirement and personal when we divorce?
Me and my wife are working on a post nuptial agreement.I
Me and my wife are working on a post nuptial agreement.I wanted to make sure its water tight and no one can come back and ask for additional claims. Are post nups usually water tight when and if we go for a divorce. I don't want to be in the same boat once where we are going back and altering things and asking for more if and when a divorce is filed however acrimonious the divorce is. So my main question is that is a a Post Nup enforceable and and as we have a 7 year child what precautions should i be aware of that I am missing. Is there a list of points that can be provided that i can make sure are addressed.
My husband is a partner in a very small family law firm. His
My husband is a partner in a very small family law firm. His title is VP, his brother is Prez. They are formed as a PC. I am kept in the dark. I have questions. He acquired the ownership (i.e. became a partner) during our 22 yr. marriage. His father, the founder passed nearly 10 yrs. ago.Question: Is there any right I have to information on the PC as the wife of the owner?
I own an SCorp and have been contributing to my pension plan
I own an SCorp and have been contributing to my pension plan which was established after marriage. In light of a looming divorce, does my wife have a right to the money that I've invested for which she's contributed nothing? I live in California.
I live in Houston,Tx. and have owned a house ,free of
I live in Houston,Tx. and have owned a house ,free of mortgage since 1995. I married in 2003, and plan to sell the property, and take the funds,and move to N. Carolina , where we had plans to build a new place, and retire.Just recently, my husband has implied that I owe him money from the sell of my home because he has helped with property taxes, HOA, honey do's, and went in half on several appliances. He never paid rent though. He built a deck and pergola, and I paid for the materials and equipment needed, as was the agreement. He had a sailboat he sold during our marriage that I helped pay utilities and slip fees on , as well as a nav. system , but didn't get anything, and I never asked for compensation. Do I owe him anything when my house closes? I was told that he has to sign a form also, at closing, that states, he has "no liens" on the property. My Broker is concerned about that, and him preventing a sell.Thank-you, Stephanie