Property Division: Protecting Your Financial Future In Divorce
One of the most important aspects of any divorce is the division of marital property. How your property division matters are resolved will have a significant impact on your financial future.
Clients seeking trusted guidance for property division and other divorce-related matters turn to the Law Office of Martin I Muizers, PC in Arlington. With more than 25 years of experience, divorce attorney Martin I Muizers is prepared to protect your financial interests in divorce.
What Gets Divided?
When a couple gets divorced, nearly all property acquired during the marriage is subject to division. the rare exceptions include certain gifts, inheritances and family heirlooms. The property that gets divided includes:
- The family home
- Vacation properties
- Bank accounts
- 401(k)s, IRAs and other retirement assets
- Business and professional practice assets
- Furniture, jewelry and other personal possessions
Under Texas community property laws, marital property is deemed as being equally owned by both spouses. In order to obtain your fair share, it is important to work with an attorney who is well-versed in these laws and does not back down from a legal challenge.
Efficiently Resolving Disputes
When property division disputes arise, we seek to find common ground whenever possible, fighting for the property that holds the most value to our clients. When the other party refuses to be reasonable, we are always prepared for aggressive litigation.
When emotions run high, we offer clear-headed guidance designed to save our clients time, worry and expense. You are not well served by spending thousands to fight over property that is worth hundreds (or less). We are always mindful of the overall financial well-being of our clients and work to achieve the most cost-effective outcome possible.
Discuss Your Property Division Matters With An Experienced Lawyer
To discuss property division and other divorce-related matters with an experienced Arlington attorney, please contact us online or by telephone at 817-228-1153.