Archive for February, 2012

Texas Prenuptial Agreements

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Life is very interesting thing that is different for literally every single person throughout the world. In our life we all meet it in similar points such as being born, aging, and eventually death. Yet, during these phases of our life and in between them we encounter different situations and tasks that ultimately define who we are as individuals and set the stage for the next challenges that we face in our lives. Today, divorce is an active part of the lives of many Americans. When you get divorced you need to make sure that all documents involved with the marriage are looked over carefully, those before, during, and after.

Prenuptial agreements are pretty commonly known today. We have the popular pop songs with the lyrics containing the phrase. We have celebrities and well-known divorces bringing in the involvement of prenuptial agreements when being surfaced with media sources. However, what really is a prenuptial agreement? A prenuptial agreement, commonly known as a “pre-nup”, is that of an agreement being made by both spouses prior to the marriage about what assets would be split, gained, or lost in the event that a divorce would ever occur.

Pre-nups are generally made to avoid any confusion, argument, or issues when a divorce occurs so that if it does it begins and ends quickly without any questions having to arise. Of course, some individuals do not truly understand that when they are signing the pre-nup in advance its pretty much a sealed deal that without certain circumstances that are decided pre-marriage are pretty much locked into place.

A pre-nup basically ensures to some that both individuals are truly seeking a marriage based on the fact that they have mutual feelings of love of the individual and not their assets or financial state. As we all know, some individuals are out there not playing the game of life fairly, but for themselves and their own personal well being regardless of who or what they encounter. When you are considering getting married make sure to take every variable into mind, which especially includes that of a prenuptial agreement.

Contact The Law Office of Alex Tyra, P.C. For a Free Consultation When you need assistance from an experienced attorney or if you need to better understand you legal options, contact The Law Office of Alex Tyra, P.C., at (903) 753-7499.  All initial consultations are free.  Phone calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Your Final Step In A Divorce

Friday, February 10th, 2012

The lives that we are living today are completely different than that of our grandparents, parents, and even some of our siblings. Although we face similar situations and challenges we now have new variables that set the stage with new possibilities and outcomes occurring. We are now having to deal with not only the predicted things happening, but are now encountering things for the first time and becoming the true expeditors of options for the future. However, one thing that has and will always remain an aspect of life for many individuals within the United States is that of a divorce.

When you go through a divorce there are many things that are constantly circling within your mind whether it pertains to what you are doing that very moment, or how is life going to be when the final paper is signed. Either way divorce impacts an individual’s life now and later. They are transforming from the life they are currently use to that of living with another significant individual to that of now either moving in with a friend or relative, or simply living alone. Divorce is a time in one’s life that change can truly be seen.

During a divorce, many papers are signed that deal with multiple aspects of the relationship. Some papers could deal with how financial assets are being split, or what property is being or awarded to whom, or even more importantly that which pertains to child custody. Ultimately, every piece of paper that is involved within a divorce is utterly important.

However, one piece of paper is a little more important than others, which is known as the decree of divorce. This document is usually pretty long and ultimately finalizes publically and legally the separation of the couple, which also outlines all the agreements that have been made during the divorce. Therefore, when a decree is constructed, both parties must look over this carefully to make sure that all information that is entered is properly done so in order to make sure that everything in the end is smooth sailing.

Contact The Law Office of Alex Tyra, P.C. For a Free Consultation When you need assistance from an experienced attorney or if you need to better understand you legal options, contact The Law Office of Alex Tyra, P.C., at (903) 753-7499.  All initial consultations are free.  Phone calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.