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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Health not necessarily affected by divorce issues

It has been long held that the stress of a divorce can be hard on an individual's health. Obviously, there is some truth to this. Texas residents can attest that among many divorce issues, the emotional and sometimes financial pressure can be a lot to take. However, new studies suggest that the long-term effects on individuals undergoing divorce may have been overblown. 

Technology can cause further divorce issues

In the modern world, most people use social media and other communication technology fairly regularly, even as part of their jobs. Texas residents should not be surprised that use of this technology can influence marital separations and indeed can even create new divorce issues. Surprisingly, however, many individuals experiencing divorce do not think of their social media outlets as important parts of the process. 

Business ownership can cause divorce issues

When thinking about divorce, it is common to immediately think of asset division as one of the major potential stumbling blocks to an amicable settlement. But as Texas residents are doubtlessly aware, the added assets accrued by a business can exacerbate divorce issues related to splitting property. Despite how controversial a business-related divorce can be, there are ways to help ensure the process remains relatively smooth. 

Will children lose benefits after a military divorce?

Divorce is never easy, and navigating all the various aspects that need to be considered can be stressful. This may be especially true for one who is divorcing a member of the U.S. Military. In addition to gaining knowledge about the Uniformed Services' Former Spouses' Protection Act that may make a divorce easier, Texas families with children have much more to explore about military divorce.