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Real estate: Will cited landlords lose right to rent?

When people rent an apartment or home, they trust that their landlord, as well as any separate owner of the property, is providing a safe environment. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case in Texas. Many renters in one major city complain that though landlords cited for multiple safety violations are supposed to lose the right to rent property, that isn't happening. These kinds of real estate disputes have the potential to cause harm if tenants are unknowingly exposed to hazards.

How will my life change after divorce?

Many people automatically assume that going through a divorce will be one of the worst periods of their life, and that the aftermath will leave them feeling empty, lonely or like a failure. While the divorce process can be challenging, it can be a very positive experience and can help both divorcing spouses to grow as individuals, heal from their pasts, and go on to live happy and fulfilled lives.

How divorce can complicate estate planning

Divorce is a common part of modern life, as it can happen to anyone. It can affect multiple parts of a person's current life as well as his or her future. Though many people assume that younger married couples account for most divorces, studies show that may not be the case, as rates of divorce among older adults are rising in a phenomena commonly called "gray divorce." Gray divorce can be particularly complex as both parties attempt to determine how they will handle estate planning going forward. A recent survey among divorce and financial professionals may be of interest to Texas residents concerned about the effects of gray divorce on an estate plan.

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