Dividing property in a divorce can be a complex task. Texas is a community property state, which means that all property you and your spouse have accumulated during the marriage is presumed to be community property and is divisible at divorce.
A husband and wife will often own separate property which, in accordance with our Texas Constitution, is not divisible upon divorce. The identification and characterization of property as separate or community is of paramount importance as is the accurate determination of the value of certain assets and liabilities. The lawyers at Atkins O’Toole & Briner, LLC are experienced in dealing with every kind of asset from oil and gas interests to real property to complex business entities and trusts. In a divorce, all dollars are not created equally and your lawyer must be able to identify and analyze assets and liabilities in order to properly advise you of how to maximize your property division.
Please contact our law firm at 214 346-9550 or by email to set up an initial consultation and determine the best approach to meeting your desired results.