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Getting organized may make divorce process less stressful

A marital breakup is oftentimes a hard process from both an emotional and a logistical standpoint. However, one thing that a person can control is how prepared he or she is for the divorce proceedings. Here are a few steps that divorcing individuals can take to prepare effectively for their proceedings in Texas.

First, it may behoove those going through divorce to take inventory of several items early on. For instance, they can gather their balance sheets and financial statements, as well as their property deeds and their loan/mortgage documents. Other important items to collect include wills and trusts, statements for credit card accounts, and insurance policies.

Second, those headed for divorce may want to classify their non-marital property and their marital assets. In Texas, marital property is any property that the two spouses acquired during the course of their marriage. Meanwhile, separate property is property that was bought prior to the marriage or received as an inheritance or gift, for example.

Divorce features several moving parts, so it is generally a good idea for people in the Lone Star State to sort out their financial affairs early on in the process. This will help to reduce the stress that often comes with getting divorced, and it will also help an individual to make wise decisions when it comes to his or her finances during the divorce proceeding. An attorney in Texas can provide divorcing individuals with the direction they need to achieve settlements that will benefit them financially long term.

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