When a married couple has a child, the home and childrearing duties are usually not equal. One spouse will typically …
It used to be that retired couples were divorce proof. Once a couple reached retirement, they could count on enjoying the plans they had been saving for and anticipating for decades. Unfortunately, thanks to those revolutionary Baby Boomers’ need to differentiate themselves from their parents, that is no longer the case.
While spousal maintenance is available if a person meets requirements under the Texas Family Code, it is not guaranteed. The duration and amount of maintenance will vary on a case-by-case basis. As such, it is important to understand your rights when initiating the divorce process and handling matters related to spousal maintenance, and to work with proven attorneys who can protect your interests.