Division Of Property And Debts In Divorce

Asset division can be one of the most technically complicated aspects of a divorce. Many people may find it difficult to determine what assets are considered community property, and disputes may result when spouses do not agree. No matter what your property division issue, assistance from a knowledgeable lawyer may help the process go more smoothly.

The Setzer Law Firm PLLC represents clients for a variety of property division matters, including high-end personal assets and business valuations. Our goal is to help you to identify, classify and inventory the value of your property and debts as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

For straightforward advice and skilled representation for your divorce involving property division, call us today at 817-784-7654.

Texas is a community property state, which means that all property acquired by a husband and wife during marriage is owned by both spouses regardless of who originally acquired it. Exclusions to community property law include property received by inheritance, as a gift or profits from property owned before marriage.

A Debt Division Attorney With A Straightforward Approach

In addition to assets, debts must also be taken into account during a divorce. Debt division is often the cause of disputes between divorcing spouses. Property division attorneys Jill Setzer and John  Setzer have extensive experience in this area and can assist with even the most complex debt or asset division matters. They have a no-nonsense approach to family law issues. They will evaluate your situation and help you to weigh the pros and cons of pursuing property and debt division disputes.

Sound Advice For What’s Ahead

If you would like assistance with property division during a divorce, call us at 817-784-7654Or, if you prefer, contact us by email using our online submission form.

From our location in Trophy Club, we assist clients from throughout Northern Texas, including Keller, Roanoke, Colleyville and Fort Worth.