Dividing Marital Property Fairly Takes Experience

One of the most critical matters to address in a divorce is the division of property between the divorcing spouses. If you are facing divorce, it is important to have one of our experienced family law attorneys on your side. Without the best representation, your interests will not be protected.

Texas Community Property law

Texas is a community property state, meaning that all property obtained during the marriage is presumed to belong to both spouses. There are classifications of property that must be addressed in divorce. For instance, in most cases, property a spouse owned before the marriage is not considered community property, nor is an inheritance.

Our attorneys have the skills and experience to properly handle complex, contentious and high-asset property division issues. We are dedicated to protecting your financial interests and preparing you for a stable post-divorce future.

What Should You Do Now?

Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation so you can get the protection you need. Call us at 972-608-0335.

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