Filing for divorce is an unfortunate reality for many Texas couples. Perhaps because more spouses are accepting the possibility of separation, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are becoming increasingly common. A prenup can make the process of divorce simpler and easier.
A growing number of people in Texas and across the country is choosing to divorce later in life. While divorce rates have become stable for Americans in general, including younger people, they have continued to rise for older couples. For example, since 1990, the divorce rates have doubled for people age 50 and older, and the same rates have tripled for people age 65 and older. The phenomenon has become so well known that it has been called the "gray divorce revolution," reflecting the growing frequency of people getting divorced at a later age.
On September 7, an unsealed two-count federal grand jury indictment charged nine Texas men with conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine and conspiracy to carry out money-laundering crimes. The accused individuals ranged in age from 28 to 46 years old.
While misdemeanor crimes are considered less severe crimes, they require special attention and should still be taken seriously. This can include crimes such as vandalism, public intoxication, shoplifting, trespassing and so on. These crimes are further divided into different classes. If you or a loved one has been charged with misdemeanor charges in El Paso the last thing you want to do is face the judicial system on your own. You may think that it isn't a big deal. Perhaps you think you can handle it on your own. However, these crimes can still include jail time as consequences. Enlisting the help of an attorney is a great way to get the favorable outcome you are looking for. While this may not be guaranteed, you can increase your chances drastically with a lawyer by your side.
It's not unusual for soon-to-be-spouses to opt for a summer wedding, or one that will take place during the holidays when more family members and friends are likely to be available. And some couples in Texas prefer to make their upcoming marriage even more special by choosing a specific date with a significant meaning. However, results from a recent study suggest "special meaning" dates may not lead to the long-term happily ever after most couples have in mind when tying the knot.
When you are trying to balance family life with your duties in the U.S. military, things can get quite challenging at times. Especially if your unit deploys, you may rely heavily on your family care plan to ensure that your children are being well-cared for while you're away. Certain issues can make military life more challenging than others.