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Common-Law Marriages: Impact on Sharing the WealthCommon-Law Marriages: Impact on Sharing the WealthBy Judon Fambrough2010-02-22T06:00:00Zletter-of-law-reprint
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Texas law does not require any type of formal act or ceremony in recognizing a marriage. This reprint explains the three events that define a common-law marriage and how property can be divided when the union dissolves. Digital and Print755https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/letter-of-law-reprint/common-law-marriages-impact-on-sharing-the-wealth

 

 

Common-Law Marriages: Impact on Sharing the WealthCommon-Law Marriages: Impact on Sharing the WealthMarket Profiles
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