Most of us have read newspaper stories about how Facebook helped tear a couple apart. In many cases, the social media site helps reunite a spouse with a former romantic interest, and in other cases, a husband or wife is caught posting inappropriate ... » Learn More about Social media reunites Texas family splintered by divorce
Recently, I was challenged by Cordell Parvin, the respected Legal Coach and Author, to the phenomenon sweeping the country known as the "Ice Bucket Challenge". As anyone who has any presence in social media, or access to a TV, car radio or the ... » Learn More about Charity and Divorce – can they Co-exist?
Older Texas couples may struggle financially after divorce more than younger couples. While younger couples who divorce may still feel the repercussions of having to split income to provide for two households, baby boomers may have to divide ... » Learn More about Financial difficulties for divorcing baby boomers
After the devastating losses of Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that followed, all of us at Neal Ashmore Family Law Group want to send our thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by this crisis - we stand with you as you work to recover and ... » Learn More about In the wake of Hurricane Harvey
As many Texans know, going through a divorce can be complicated. Issues that often must be dealt with include the division of property, spousal support and child custody. In a high net worth divorce, money tends to take on an extraordinary level of ... » Learn More about Advisors need to dig deep for hidden assets in HNW divorces
It depends on who is evaluating it and why. Money has different values. $10,000.00 in cash is better than a $10,000.00 CD that is locked in for 5 years at 3% interest or $10,000.00 in a 401(k) because you have to pay tax on 401(k). A 3% CD is very ... » Learn More about What is Your Stuff Worth in Divorce Court?
Texas residents may be familiar with the concept of alimony as funds that flow from one former spouse to the other following divorce. However, what many people do not realize is that alimony is not automatically awarded in every divorce. There are ... » Learn More about Texas spousal support issues
Divorce isn’t easy, even on the best of days. But throw a narcissist into the mix, and things get interesting. A narcissist is someone with an overly inflated sense of self-importance. These people tend to exaggerate their abilities, require ... » Learn More about Divorcing a Narcissistic Husband
One of the unwritten rules of being a grandparent, is the duty to love and spoil with unhindered devotion. Unfortunately, sometimes that can be at tall order, especially if divorce or death has severed access to your grandchild. The parent/child ... » Learn More about Grandparents’ Rights in Texas
When it comes to divorce, one of the easiest ways to save time, money, and stress, is to avoid litigation, and instead, resolve your issues through mediation. This is a great strategy for everyone involved, and couples who manage it have the added ... » Learn More about 8 Common Pitfalls of Divorce Mediation (And How to Avoid Them)