Property division between couples happens after a divorce has happen. In some cases, couples agree amicably in other cases, it is difficult and complex.
When your marriage ends, it is more than the end of a relationship and a change in how you relate to the other parent of your children.
The property and assets shared during the marriage will also be divided between you both. This process often generates as much tension as conflicts over child support payments or custody plans.
The Eggleston Law Firm, PC, assists couples in finding common ground in the property division facet of divorce.
If this is not possible, our lawyers are prepared to fight in court for a division of assets that is fair to you and allows you to move forward into a positive future.
Texas is a community property state, which generally means several things:
In practice, the division of property can be far less straightforward, especially if one or both spouses have sizeable retirement accounts, own a business, or receive executive-level bonuses.
Additionally, the judge may consider the principle of equity in awarding property based upon factors that include:
Simply put, there is far too much at stake, both materially and emotionally, to leave the division of assets to the whims of your ex. Our firm will educate you about your property rights and fight for an optimal resolution for you.
Our attorneys handle marital states of every size and level of complexity. We can answer your property division questions and fight for optimal settlement solutions for you.