Property Distribution

When a couple divorces, decisions must be made about how the couple’s property should be divided. The process is not always as straightforward as it should be and there are many factors that must be considered. It is important for any individual facing a divorce to work with an experienced attorney who can help him or her through this process.

At the Law Office of Jamie L. Taylor, P.C., we work with individuals who are facing divorce and ensuing property division determinations. To schedule a meeting with attorney Jamie Taylor, please call our law offices at 888-893-6175 or 817-210-4802.

Understanding Property Division in a Texas Divorce

In Texas, property acquired during a marriage is considered community property. Property acquired before the couple was married is considered separate property. Community property is subject to property division in a divorce. Separate property is not.

Our law firm can help you divide any type of community property in your divorce:

  • Bank accounts
  • Retirement accounts and pensions
  • Family home and other real estate
  • Jewelry and collections
  • Cars and other vehicles
  • And more

Attorney Jamie Taylor will work hard to protect what you have worked hard to obtain. Property division in a divorce can often be done through collaborative law techniques, which offer divorcing spouses a format to work together cooperatively toward an end goal. When this method is not effective, attorney Taylor can explore other dispute resolution options with you.

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