Property division is a necessary evil, so to speak, of every divorce. Many people approaching divorce are overwhelmed by the interpersonal aspects of a relationship undergoing breakup. They often approach the topic of property division as something they want to just get over and out of the way. Perhaps unable to realize the long-term impact of decisions made during divorce negotiations, they tend to want to rush through the process. This is where an experienced divorce lawyer’s skills come into play. As a dedicated, client-oriented family law attorney our firm brings an objective and practical approach to the all-important challenges of property division for our clients who face divorce. Do you know what your divorce decree will mean in terms of one or more of the following?
We are prepared to advise you on how to protect your rights and your future financial stability as you enter into the often-challenging process of asset division that will be a large part of your Texas divorce. Whatever the assets in question, characterization of those assets as marital or community property versus separate assets is a critical component of asset division in a divorce.
It is not always easy to determine which category an asset falls into. If your marriage was a remarriage for one or both of you or if an inheritance is involved, division of assets may not be as simple as you would hope. However, we assure you that we are on your side when it comes to keeping legal costs under control while at the same time ensuring that you understand the long-term significance of each choice that you make.
Property division outcomes often have to do with relationship dynamics just as much as with mathematical calculations. This is one reason we promote and practice collaborative law for those who understand the power of honest awareness and compromise for the ultimate well-being of both parties going through a divorce. Our mantra when it comes to property division and other key aspects of divorce is to “educate, educate, educate” our clients so that there are no surprises. Enter into your divorce settlement negotiations with your eyes wide open and your focus fixed on the goal of your coming future to move beyond your broken marriage and rebuild a life of your choosing.
For more information on how we can help you achieve a fair property division agreement cost-effectively, call or email our law offices.