Blog Posts in April, 2017

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  • Do You Really Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 28-Apr-2017

    Despite feeling as though it may be one of the most unromantic conversations to have with your potential husband or wife, prenuptial agreements are a very necessary part of marriage in today’s world. These documents can protect both parties in the event of a divorce, as they highlight how assets and property will be divided in the event of a divorce. Despite hoping to never need them, ...
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  • How Does the Court Determine Alimony Obligations?

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 21-Apr-2017

    Perhaps one of the most contentious aspects of divorce is the determination of alimony obligations. The person who is being asked to pay alimony usually believes he or she shouldn’t have to, while the person on the receiving end believes he or she is entitled to that support. Despite either party feeling one way or the other, the courts usually determine alimony obligations based on a number ...
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  • Property Division Tips & Tricks

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 14-Apr-2017

    Property division is one of the most important aspects of divorce, as it can play a determining factor in your quality of life following the end of your marriage. When it comes to dividing up assets, debts, and property, many couples cannot come to an amicable agreement as each party often believes they are entitled to more than the other. An experienced Austin divorce lawyer will be able to ...
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  • If a Wedding Gets Cancelled, Who Keeps the Ring?

    Posted By The Law Office of Janet McCullar, P.C. || 7-Apr-2017

    Life can be unpredictable, and relationships are the greatest example of this sometimes unfortunate reality. As devastating as it is, countless weddings are planned yet never executed, as the couple fails to make it down the aisle. Aside from emotional distress, the financial impact of a wedding that never takes place can be substantial. In fact, there are a lot of residual financial repercussions ...
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