Texas residents are not immune to the various types of stresses and problems that often arise during the divorce process. If you recently navigated the system and it left you in a financial crisis, you may relate to that statement on a very personal level. Regardless which spouse filed for divorce, you likely understood at the time that the whole process was going to cost you money. In fact, if more people knew how to avoid the potential finance-related pitfalls of divorce, there might be an increase in amicable settlements.
As you stare down a considerable amount of consumer debt, you may feel as if you will never get out from under the financial burden. Though you act diligently and try to make payments on your outstanding balances as best as you can, those efforts may not have the desired impact. As a result, you may feel trapped in a never-ending cycle of accumulated interest and additional payments.