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Redefining community and separate property in prenuptial agreements

Prenuptial agreements, most people know, are useful in helping couples to set the terms of their divorce as far as how assets and liabilities are divided. Absent a marital agreement, Texas courts divide property according to the principles laid out in state law.

Focus on the Census Bureau and the utility of its Community Survey

It's certainly easy to see that the dynamics of family law are ever-changing across the United States, including in Texas. The longstanding paradigm of the so-called "nuclear family" that so centrally marked and defined American familial units for generations has been greatly modified -- albeit certainly not supplanted -- in recent years by a proliferation of new arrangements.

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