Property division is handled in a very specific manner in the state of Texas. All property must be categorized as either community or separate property and divided accordingly. This can be a complex task, requiring the insight and skill of an experienced divorce lawyer who understands the nuances and details of Texas divorce law.
For more than 20 years, the Law Office of Nancy H. Boler in Houston, Texas, has focused on helping divorcing spouses deal with difficult property division issues. I am committed to defending the rights of my clients and ensuring their property division is done correctly.
For a free initial consultation, call the Law Office of Nancy H. Boler in Houston, Texas, at 832-539-4689 or contact my family law firm online.
Divorce And Division Of Property
In Texas, all property in the marriage is either classified as community property or separate property. Separate property would be gifts or inheritance that was specifically marked for one spouse or the other. It could also include certain assets that the individual held before the marriage. All other assets are generally classified as community property and eligible to be split equitably between the couple. This includes businesses, bank accounts, retirement accounts and real estate.
During a divorce, asset and debt division can be particularly difficult. The property division process is critical to the financial well-being of divorcing individuals. When a couple's estate has high value, it is essential to work with an experienced family law attorney who knows where to look and how to value the assets involved with the divorce.
As a divorce attorney, I have been assisting couples with property division and other family law matters for more than 20 years. My firm handles every case by providing personalized service as I work protect your interests.
Experienced Asset Protection Lawyer
In more than 20 years of practicing law, I have handled all types of property division cases, including those involving businesses, investment interests, pension plans, 401(k)s, real estate and high-asset estates. I thoroughly examine entire estates and locate every piece of community property.
If one spouse owns their own business, the division of the marital property becomes more complex, as valuing the business must be done accurately. While issues of support and visitation are often subject to modification, matters involving the marital property settlement are almost never modified at a later date, absent a showing of actual fraud. You only have one chance to get it right.
Contact Me To Discuss Your Case
For a free initial consultation, call the Law Office of Nancy H. Boler at 832-539-4689 or contact my family law firm online. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available.