Helping You Protect Separate Property During Dissolution

If you are going through a divorce, many things are likely going through your mind. And, when it comes to your assets and property, you are likely concerned about what you will walk away from the marriage with. At the Tracton Law Firm, PLLC, our attorneys understand that it is perfectly normal to be worried about asset and debt division during dissolution. Our goal is to ease our clients’ minds by helping them understand their situation, the rights afforded to them, and how to ensure they walk away with what is rightfully theirs.

Texas divorce laws call for equitable division. This means that all assets, property, investments, and debts acquired during marriage are automatically assumed to be community property. During a divorce in Texas, community property is divided in a fair and equitable manner between spouses. However, there are ways to have certain property and debts belong to just one party.

When a contentious divorce is underway, our law firm has the knowledge, skills, and experience to help our clients in the Sugarland area assert rights to certain property. We work hard to ensure our clients get what is rightfully theirs, protecting what is considered separate property. Our law firm has helped past clients protect their retirement plans, investments, and other separate property by proving that these were never communal.

To learn more, please visit our law firm’s property division website. Whether you find yourself in a high-conflict divorce or not, it is important that your property and assets are treated properly and are fairly distributed. Even though you might be compelled to get through the process as quickly as possible, it is important to take the time to understand what is yours and what you are entitled to keep.

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