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What is a prenuptial agreement?

When Texas residents decide to get married they often don't think about what will happen if they divorce. However, with as many as 50 percent of all marriages ending in divorce, it is important for Texas residents to understand that a divorce is a serious possibility. Even engaged couples need to understand what could happen to their assets should a marriage be unsuccessful.

Real estate basics to understand during a divorce

Divorce can be an emotional and difficult time for individuals in Texas. People may have a very difficult time as they move forward from their shared life. However, people need to understand that a divorce is not simply a break up. But it is also the division of financial assets between the couple. Decisions made during the divorce can have a serious effect on a person's future financial health.

What types of common title issue can arise?

When people in Houston purchase property, they want to know that the property is completely theirs. The only way to ensure the property belongs only to them is to receive clear title on the property. However, properties in Houston can suffer from a variety of title issues that bring the person's ownership into question. When a property has title issues, real estate disputes can arise. If more than one party lays claim to a property, disputes over who really owns the property and how the property can be used might occur.

Resolving real estate disputes with realtors

Real estate transactions are a complicated and lengthy process. Often there are many moving parts and many individuals involved in a real estate transaction. When problems arise, it can be difficult to know how to respond to the issue. It can also be difficult to determine who was responsible for causing the problem in the first place.

Get skilled support throughout a real estate transaction

There are certain transactions that individuals only engage in a few times in their life. Real estate transactions fall into this category. Most individuals only buy or sell real estate a few times in their lifetime. In fact, some people never engage in a real estate transaction. Despite their infrequency in a person's life, real estate transactions are often extremely important and valuable transactions.

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