Ending a marriage is a difficult step, and when a Texas resident does decide to take that step, they need someone they can trust on their side. Someone who can understand that this is an emotional time and represent them and their long-term interests. During the divorce process, it is important to ensure all the complicated paperwork is completed accurately, otherwise, there may me legal pitfalls down the road.
When couples have not entered into a premarital or post-marital agreement regarding property distribution and they have considerable assets to divide amongst themselves, it can lead to emotional arguments and tensions between the soon-to-be-former spouses. A judge will allow the couple to come to an agreement, but if the divorcing couple cannot do that, then the judge will have to do it for them. And, in Texas, where community property laws apply, it can lead to complications when the couple has co-mingled their property.
With years of experience under our belt, we help couples figure out the best way to divide businesses, retirement accounts, real estate and other property. We use our experience for our client’s benefit and offer a number of services — we know that litigation is not always the answer.
Therefore, we offer experienced mediators and collaborative law professionals as well. Any one of these methods can be successful in resolving a financial dispute.
Property division is one of the complicated divorce legal issues that an experienced attorney can resolve for their client. This can allow the Texas resident to focus on healing emotionally and starting a new life for themselves. For more on property division, visit our page.