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Undertaking any legal action necessitates thorough planning, in-depth research, and more. The journey can be intimidating and burdensome, often leading individuals to seek the guidance of skilled attorneys for professional support.

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Hiding Assets Money in Divorce Concept
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What Happens If a Divorcing Spouse Hides Assets?

Concealment of assets and income is a major problem in divorce. Spouses often go to great lengths to mislead their husbands and wives about their property and money. Transparency and honesty are not only essential

FAQs

Not necessarily. If you and your spouse agree on all terms of the divorce (uncontested divorce), you may not need to go to court. However, contested divorces often require court intervention.
Legal custody refers to the right to make significant decisions about the child’s life, while physical custody concerns the child’s living arrangements.
Child support is calculated based on a percentage of the non-custodial parent’s income, considering the number of children. The Texas Family Code provides guidelines for these percentages.
Mediation is a confidential process where a neutral third-party mediator helps disputing parties reach a voluntary agreement. The mediator facilitates communication but does not make decisions for the parties.
Grandparents may seek custody or visitation rights under certain conditions, such as if the child’s welfare is at risk or if their parent is deceased or incarcerated.
While not mandatory, consulting with an estate planning lawyer ensures your documents comply with state laws and your wishes are clearly articulated, reducing the likelihood of disputes.