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Divorces with special needs children pose unique challenges

Divorces that involve children are almost always tough situations. When the child has special needs, the situation gets even more complicated. Children who have special needs have some unique care needs that must be met. This places the parents in a position where they have to make sacrifices.

Do prisoners have to pay child support?

Texas mothers and fathers who end up in jail will lose their source of income, and this could make it difficult -- if not impossible -- to keep paying your child support payments. Nevertheless, some non-custodial parents will still be responsible for paying their monthly support obligations regardless of whether they're in jail or not.

In divorce, preparation is key

Divorce takes time, preparation and careful planning. For example, you have to plan the right time to file for divorce, you have to prepare financially, and you have to spend time working toward a fair settlement. And, if you and your spouse are attempting to avoid litigation, you will have to prepare for a settlement meeting.

Should you settle for less just to get the divorce over with?

You and your spouse are splitting up, and you initially thought you'd probably retain enough in assets to retire -- something you planned to do before your spouse brought up the divorce in the first place. You know the two of you have significant wealth, you know you deserve a good portion of it, and you're already planning the next stage in your life.

Tips to get what you need in a divorce

Divorce is often very difficult. It involves separating from the person you thought you would spend the rest of your life with, dividing marital property, and working out a custody schedule for the kids. While you may be tempted to rush through the process to get it over with as quickly as possible, doing so could have a very negative impact on your new life.

Don't make these 5 prenup mistakes

You and your significant other both control a lot of assets. You're in your 40s, getting married for the second time, and you've been through divorce before. You know what it means emotionally, financially and legally.

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