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Legal precautions must be taken when family and business collide

Individuals across Dallas have considered their options for starting a business. Many people are motivated to be their own boss, be in charge of their own future and sell or make something they are passionate about.

Why you may want to keep memorable property post-divorce

At some point in the days after deciding to divorce your spouse, you likely looked around your marital home at your shared possessions and thought about what you would like to keep and what you have no attachment to anymore. Perhaps you want to keep most of your possessions or perhaps you have little desire to keep much of anything that you shared with your spouse. You alone best understand what material possessions are likely to remain important to you in the wake of your divorce.

When employment contracts are breached

At their most simple, contracts are legally enforceable agreements between two parties. This essentially means that if any party to a contract violates its terms, another party to the contract affected by that violation may hold the other accountable in court. When employers hire individuals to work within their businesses, they generally require workers to sign legally enforceable employment contracts. When either an employer or employee breaches this kind of contract, legal action may follow. It is also possible that legal actions may result from a breach of an agreement that is only ever implied.

Should you move after deciding to divorce?

Sometimes, making the decision to divorce is the hardest part of the marital dissolution process. However, it is oftentimes far more challenging to navigate the aftermath of this decision than it is to file for divorce in the first place. After a couple opts to move forward from their marriage, a host of additional decisions needs to be made in regards to shared relationships, child custody and property division. Some of these decisions may come easily, while others may be significantly more difficult to discern.

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