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Community or separate? How property is divided in a divorce

There is a lot of information out there about how property is divided in a divorce. While the overarching premise sounds simple, the reality can be more complicated. This is especially true if you’ve been married for many years or have a lot of property to consider.

Here’s a brief overview of how property division in Texas works, so you have an idea of what to expect.

Should you get a prenuptial agreement?

Getting married is one of the most momentous occasions in a person’s life. Standing up in front of your family and friends and professing your eternal love for another person is as special as it gets. Given the circumstances, asking for a prenuptial agreement may present a bit of an awkward situation.

Acknowledging the potential for divorce could result in a difficult conversation, but it may be one worth having given the right circumstances. While no one plans on separating, the American Psychological Association estimates that 40% to 50% of United States marriages end in divorce.

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