Efficient And Accurate Property Division Solutions
A major concern for those going through divorce is how their property will be divided. Assets need to be distributed fairly to each spouse, so the first step will be determining which property is community and which is separate. Whether or not something is community or property is decided at the time that the asset is acquired. Community property is generally divided between spouses, while any separate property remains with its specific spouse.
Asset Division And Alimony Lawyers In Dallas
Choosing the right attorney to represent you through property division is one of the best investments you can make. At Balekian Hayes, PLLC, we have decades of practical experience in this process. Our attorneys are board-certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
We will guide you through asset division step by step, help you make the right decisions for your family and make sure you emerge with your rightful share of the assets.
Examples Of Key Assets In Divorce
Some examples of community property that can be divided during divorce include:
- Bank accounts
- Investment accounts
- Real estate
- High-value items
- Complex assets
- Intellectual property
If you and your spouse are having difficulty arriving at a fair agreement, you need help from a qualified family lawyer. The attorneys of Balekian Hayes, PLLC, have the knowledge and skills necessary to represent your interests in court and ensure that you get what you are entitled to.
Many couples have a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place, in which they have decided ahead of time how to divide their community property. This can make things much easier during divorce, but sometimes a prenup or postnup can be disputed. If you are disputing the validity of your prenuptial agreement, we will represent your interests forcefully.
Guidance Through Complex Division Of Assets
For a consultation with one of our lawyers about your divorce, spousal support and property division, please call Balekian Hayes, PLLC, at 214-550-8554 or send us an email.