How Is Debt Divided in Texas? Find out with Bryan Fagan’s Debt Division eBook!
In Texas, marriage does not automatically create joint liability when debt is incurred. That being said, you may have to divide some marital debts with your spouse. Just like the courts can help you divide your assets; they can also help you divide your debts.
If you and your spouse share debt, you will need an attorney to help protect your future. You will also need to understand how marital debt works. Fortunately, Bryan Fagan’s Debt Division eBook can help.
In the eBook, Attorney Fagan discusses:
- What happens to marital debt during a Texas divorce?
- How are credit cards handled in a Texas divorce?
- Situations in which one spouse acts as an agent of the other spouse
- Community debt and basic necessities
- Creditors and the divorce decree
- How to enforce the payment of debt
- Refinancing loans
- Community property and separate property
- Just and right division
- What you are entitled to
- Negotiating what you deserve
- And more
Throughout the Debt Division eBook, Attorney Fagan explains how the courts look at finances and how everything form home loans to credit card bills could impact your future after divorce. He also covers some tangible methods you can use to help ensure the fair division of debts and property.
At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, we understand how much you want to move on from this difficult time, and our team will do everything we can to help you secure your future – starting with offering you this FREE resource.
To download the Debt Division eBook, free of charge, fill out the form at the top of this page. You can also schedule a free consultation with our experienced family law attorneys by calling us at (281) 810-9760 or contacting us online.