While some spouses may be ready to part ways after a divorce and start their new single life, the process to get from married to single can be complex. This is especially certain if divorcing spouses in Texas and elsewhere cannot agree on the issues at hand. Divorce issues are unique to the couple divorcing. One issue that is often contentious is property division.
Splitting marital assets is not as easy as it sounds. Some things cannot be divided at all, and others may be more valuable to one spouse than the other. Thus, a fair property division agreement may not be equitable even though it is fair. At our law firm, we understand how the division of property can complicate a divorce case. We are dedicated to helping our clients fully understand the situation at hand.
Whether it is the marital home, a painting, a joint account, or retirement assets, our law firm takes the time to not only help clients categorize property but also value it. To begin, property is either determined to be marital or separate. Whatever is deemed marital is up for division. Next, the value of the marital property is assessed, helping establish what a fair division would look like.
This process can become complex, but Texas residents can get more information to understand the issues in their divorce cases. To learn more, please visit our law firm’s property division website. It is important to be aware of how to best navigate property division issues in a divorce case.