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Why getting a prenuptial agreement will protect your assets

Getting a divorce is never easy, but when it is a high net worth divorce, it can be especially difficult. High asset divorces involve disputes about the division of assets, child support and alimony and spousal support that may not always end with all parties receiving what they wanted. Even though these types of divorces lead to multiple disputes, these disagreements can easily be avoided if the necessary steps are taken prior to the two people entering the marriage.

Accuracy of paternity testing methods

Paternity testing is an important part of many fathers' rights cases in Texas. If there is a dispute over who is the father of a child, one party may seek to establish paternity through a DNA test. Although most paternity tests are almost 100 percent accurate, there are some testing methods that are more accurate than others.

Need help establishing fair asset value? Allow us to help

For some couples, divorce is an amicable situation between two adults who may not be able to live together anymore, but can agree on how divorce should proceed. For others, it is not this simple. When it comes to a divorcing party who cannot see whether it is more lucrative to settle or litigate, allow the legal professionals at the Law Office of Michael D. Tracton to help. We have experience of over 30 years specializing in family law and can help guide you through this difficult time.

If getting divorced, be sure to modify estate plans

Readers of this blog know that there are many legal issues that must be considered before getting a divorce. Regardless of whether one's divorce is disputed or collaborative in nature, matters like child custody, child support, alimony and property division must be taken into account. Though that only sounds like four issues, each one of these actually carries very detailed, often overlooked matters.

How do I divide art in a Texas divorce?

Divorces can be complicated and can cause confusion. There is light at the end of the tunnel. It's simply a matter of how you approach the division of assets during the divorce. For couple's with a high net worth, art can be an investment that is heavily sought after by either party. There are a few things to keep in mind when dividing art as part of the divorce proceedings.

Why single fathers should have equal access to paternity rights

You're a good father. Or you want to be. However, the mother of your child is making it nearly impossible for you to spend any time with your child. Historically it has been difficult for unmarried fathers to preserve parental rights. However, times have changed and we at Michael D. Tracton PC believe fathers have every right to pursue their parental rights.

Texas fathers denied legal parenthood of biological twins

As gay marriage continues to evolve around the U.S. there are legal situations related to the subject other than if the marriage is legally recognized. There are questions of paternity, divorce, and asset dispersion just to name a few. In the state of Texas gay marriage is not yet recognized by the state. This leaves two gay men, married in Washington D.C., in paternity limbo while their biological twins are not listed as their children on the birth certificates.

Texas law sends dad to jail for failing to pay child support

After a divorce is finalized and the details of child custody are decided, many fathers think that the dispute is over. But that is not necessarily the case. Take, a Texas man whose rights as a father and, indeed, his right to freedom may be in jeopardy due to a new law in Texas.

Supposed foreclosed home causes ex-wife to file suit

When married couples split up, there is much to be discussed and decided between the two parties. Emotions are typically running high, and this can lead to disputes and confusion. Some things not to be overlooked are the division of assets and the value of assets during a divorce. A recent Texas case highlights the importance of maintaining accurate asset records during a divorce.

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