On a scale of one to 10, how good are you with money? Do you consider yourself a financial guru who sees far into the future and is confident that you're set for life? Perhaps you're more like those who can't recall the last time they looked at a pay stub or balanced a checkbook. Do people even do that anymore?
Texas, along with many other states across the country, allows both no-fault and at-fault divorces. An at-fault divorce is one in which one spouse can point to the other's conduct and claim this is the reason for the marriage coming to an end. However, before asking for a divorce based on fault, the alleging party must be able to prove that they should be given a divorce based on the reason they are alleging.