Solutions To Who Gets What In Property Division

Dividing property after a marriage can be simple for some and highly complex for others. The length of your marriage, the accumulation of assets and a variety of other factors can play into the complication of this process. An experienced lawyer can help you understand how to navigate property division in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

Texas is a community property state, which means that there is a presumed end goal of equally splitting the assets and liabilities. The challenge in this part of the divorce process is determining which property is marital and which is separate. This requires careful tracing and examination of how the property, assets and debt are held. We always help clients identify community property and separate property holdings.

Professional, Thorough Guidance For Individuals Who Are Dividing Assets, Debt And Property

At Adam L. Seidel, P.C., our attorney has more than 25 years of legal experience. We can help you determine how best to divide property, including homes, bank accounts, retirement plans and brokerage accounts. We will carefully explain to you how the law works and give you the information you need to make intelligent choices about your case. By taking a close look at the history of your marriage, our attorney will make sure your assets and debts are titled and structured properly (for example, completing a QDRO that divides retirement account assets).

We are wholly invested in the outcome of your case. We want to help you form an agreement that supports your financial and personal well-being for years to come. The sustainability of your future is important to us and we are driven to help you plan a life that is profitable and supportive of your needs and goals.

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To learn more about property division, please send us a message online or call us at 214-528-3344 (Dallas) or 972-312-1212 (Plano).