Ending a marriage can impact many different aspects of person's life, from where one lives to the household income. While change can be a good thing, divorce can have unintended consequences for those who are not aware of how dividing debt can impact the future. Here is what Texas divorcees should understand about protecting their credit scores during divorce.
Texas parents usually keep their children's emotional and financial well-being in mind during divorce. This includes adhering to a child support order that ensures a child's continued financial security. Unfortunately, some parents do not take this responsibility as seriously as they should. One woman in another state recently learned she could do something about it.
Some people in Texas might have some preconceived notions about what prenuptials are and who uses them. However, young adults are shaking up those long-held beliefs. Millennials are not just delaying marriage until later in life, they are also better prepared for divorce than their parents might have been.
For some couples, divorce is inevitable. Take one Texas couple who divorced after catching each other cheating on Tinder. Neither spouse recognized the other, so when they met up in person after finding "the perfect match," they knew the marriage had to come to an end.
Texas parents generally just want what is best for their children. However, when parents end up divorcing, a child's best interests can be lost in the turmoil of a contentious divorce. It is unfortunately not uncommon for children to become pawns in difficult child custody battles. The TV personality Bethenny Frankel and her ex-husband Jason Hoppy appear to be dealing with this troubling situation right now.