Learn How Texas Family Law Courts Divide Marital Property with Bryan Fagan’s Asset Division eBook
In Texas, all earnings and property acquired during a marriage are “community property,” and during a divorce, the judge will divide them in a way that is “just and right.” In this process, just and right do not necessarily mean equal.
Learn more about how your marital property may be divided with our Asset Division eBook.
In the eBook, Attorney Fagan covers:
- Identifying, characterizing, and valuating property
- Factors the judge considers before dividing community property
- Separate vs. community property
- What your assets are worth
- How to divide debts
- Selling the family home
- Splitting up family businesses
- Hidden assets
- The use of forensic accountants
- Estate planning
- Alimony and spousal support
- How mediation can help
- And more
Dividing assets can be one of the most contentious parts of a divorce, but it doesn’t have to be. If you understand how the court may divide your property, you can create reasonable expectations – and even make some decisions with your spouse outside of the courtroom.
When you read our eBook, think about your education, employability, financial well-being, children, and shared assets. If you want to keep the house, what are you willing to give up? If you are a stay-at-home parent, will you need spousal support while you adjust to life as a single, working parent?
Although our eBook can give you plenty of general information and be extremely valuable for you at the start of your divorce, nothing can match personalized legal advice from a committed family lawyer.
If you have questions about how your assets might be divided or you just want to know more about your rights and legal options during this difficult time, do not hesitate to contact the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC.