As international travel has become easier and expanding technologies have made interacting with different cultures more accessible, there has been an increase in dual-citizenship marriages. When Texas couples with parties from different countries decide to get divorced, their dual-citizenship can cause a variety of legal complications. A recent source explained that international divorce comes with a myriad of issues to consider. Some countries have vastly different laws and views on women's rights and property division. In some cases, money is the least of the divorcing couple's concerns. International divorce can also become extremely contentious and volatile when children are added to the equation.