El Paso Property Division Lawyer
A large part of negotiation in a divorce involves property division. Under Texas law, a community property state, everything that was accrued in a marriage is subject to division, which includes retirement, debt, assets and more.
A very important step in the divorce process is determining which property is community and which is separate. Another important step in the process is how the property will be divided, equally or disproportionately.
It is important to retain counsel that will dig deep into the details of your case, dividing community property properly and fairly, and determining what may be considered separate property.
Choose a Detail-Oriented El Paso County Marital Property Attorney
Have you invested money into a home that was owned by your spouse prior to marriage? You may be entitled to reimbursement of that money.
Has there been infidelity? Has your spouse been spending money on a lover? If he or she has, this is called waste and you could be entitled to a disproportionate division of your marital estate.
To Learn More About Property Division in Texas, Call Our Experienced Lawyer
This can be a particularly confusing area of family law. It is imperative that you choose a lawyer who will give you the personalized attention you and your family deserves. Call our firm at 915-533-1610. You can also complete an online contact form. Hablamos español.