The often hectic summer months can quickly take a toll on an already struggling marriage. In light of this, unhappy spouses in Texas and elsewhere may decide to finally pursue divorce during the month of July. Some tips may help them to be prepared for the process starting from day one.
If you're a military service member or were married to one, you likely understand how difficult it can be to balance family life with career service duties. The fact is that some Texas marriages don't withstand the strain. If your household is one of many that is undergoing changes because of impending divorce, you're definitely not alone in your struggle.
The process of getting divorced can be difficult to figure out for those with large amounts of debt. When it comes to student loan debt in particular, people who are going through divorce may wonder if they will have to cover the debt themselves or if their future exes will be responsible for it as well. Here is a look at how student loan debt is handled during divorce.
A divorce in which at least one spouse is a military servicemember is like a civilian divorce in many ways. The divorcing spouses will have to make difficult decisions on many components of their shared life.