San Antonio TX Property Division Lawyer
Texas is a community property state. This means that all property acquired during the marriage is subject to division during a divorce. All property owned before the marriage or inherited during the marriage is not subject to division.
Experience Allows Us to Answer Your Questions
At the Law Offices of Raymond J. Vale Jr., our lawyer takes the time to explain the law and answer your questions. In particular, we find that our clients' most pressing concern is, "What do I get to keep?" We make sure our clients are treated fairly during the asset division process.
Contact the San Antonio Law Offices of Raymond J. Vale Jr. to discuss anything related to property division in a divorce. Call us at 210-532-2206.
We Have the Knowledge and Resources to Handle the Most Complex Estate
Our lawyer has considerable experience with complex and high-value marital estates. Our firm uses a network of specialists and experts to assist with issues related to property division - including forensic accountants, appraisers, business evaluators and others who can help us identify and value assets. We also interview witnesses and others who may be able to shed light on the date specific property was acquired.
Assets Often Involved With Property Division
When working to establish a fair division, we consider marital property such as:
- Real estate
- Credit cards
- Pensions, 401(k)'s and other retirement vehicles
- Personal property
- Automobiles and boats
- Valuables such as jewelry and art
- Stock accounts
In addition to identifying the date of acquisition of the asset, we determine the property covered by an existing premarital agreement.
Named a Texas Rising Star for 2006 by Texas Monthly
Contact the Law Offices of Raymond J. Vale Jr. in San Antonio, Texas. Our lawyer takes the time to answer your questions about property division under the community property laws of our state.
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