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How will your insurance change after a divorce is final?

During the process of ending a marriage, a person is facing many complex financial and legal issues that will affect his or her future for years to come. Divorce is overwhelming, and it's easy to become overly focused on things such as property division and spousal support. While these are important matters, it is also prudent to consider insurance coverage and whether a divorce will change the protection a Texas reader has. 

Addressing retirement in the property division process

Divorce will bring significant financial changes for both spouses, and it will likely require both parties to make some adjustments in lifestyle and future expectations. This is particularly true for retirement accounts. It may be prudent for a person facing the prospect of divorce to understand how the property division process works and what it could mean for his or her retirement plans.

Dividing marital property in divorce, including the family home

When a Texas couple decides to move forward with divorce, they will have to divide all of the property they purchased, accumulated or earned over the course of the marriage. This is often one of the most difficult aspects of the divorce process, particularly when it comes to valuable marital property to which people may have an emotional attachment. In many cases, this includes the family home.

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