Property Division under the Community Property Laws in Texas
In the aftermath of a marital breakup, one of the most difficult and challenging tasks can be the division of marital debts and assets, particularly when the estate involves multiple residences, rental property, family trusts, extensive investment portfolios, retirement plans and business assets. That undertaking can be even more challenging in Texas, where community property laws apply. You want an experienced and skilled attorney to protect your rights, so that you don’t lose any property to which you are entitled.
At Bailey & Galyen, we’ve offered comprehensive divorce and family law representation to men and women in Texas for more than 30 years. The lawyers in our family law practice offer more than 200 years of combined practice experience to men and women across Texas. We have a thorough understanding of the community property laws of Texas and can quickly and accurately determine your rights with respect to all property. We place strong emphasis on personalized service and attention, taking the time to learn the specific details of your case, so that we can formulate the best strategy to get the outcome you want. We’ll keep you in the loop at all times, so that you know where you stand, as well as your options, and can make good decisions about your future. We understand how important it can be to talk to your attorney, so we work hard to be available and accessible when you have questions or concerns. We also strive to respond to all calls and emails in a timely manner.
Helping You Divide Marital Property According to the Texas Community Property Laws
We aggressively protect the interests of men and women in property matters in a Texas divorce. We will prepare a thorough inventory of all property brought into the marriage, as well as any debts and assets incurred or obtained during the marriage. We will identify any property determined to be separate property and will work to ensure that all community property is equally divided.
We have considerable experience handling large and complex marital estates, including property settlements with:
- Multiple residences, ranches, vacation property and rental real estate
- Extensive investment portfolios, with stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other investment vehicles
- Family trusts
- Complicated retirement planning
- Business interests
Contact the Experience Property Settlement Attorneys at Bailey & Galyen
Call us tollfree at 8558107010 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. Our phone lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are available to meet with you after business hours, in the evening or on the weekend, if necessary.
Family Law Managing Attorney Keith Spencer is BoardCertified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
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We represent family law clients in Dallas, Houston, Fort Worth, Carrollton, Bedford, Weatherford, Plano, Arlington and Mesquite.