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Division of Assets

Through arbitration, mediation, or litigation, we can fight to see that you receive your fair share of marital property.

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Division of Assets Attorney in Williamson County

Protecting Your Best Interests Throughout Divorce

If your marriage has come to an end, the question of ‘who gets what’ can be both legally and emotionally complex. Feelings of anger, distrust, and confusion can complicate dispute resolution, making it difficult to know what you are supposed to do. However, you do not have to go through this process alone and at Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard, we are here to help. Backed by years of experience, we know the law, we know the courts, and we can help you understand your legal options. From the classification of property to uncovering hidden assets, our team can be a guiding voice in your corner every step of the way. It is our goal to get you through the division of assets and divorce as smoothly as possible so that you can begin on the next chapter of your life.

What Is Community Property?

Generally, community property includes all assets and debts acquired by either spouse during a marriage that were not gifts, awards, or an inheritance. Items specifically named in pre-existing marital agreements may also fall under the umbrella of community property.

  • The Marital Home
  • Shared Bank Accounts
  • Rental Properties
  • Business Interests
  • Mortgages and Loans
  • Artworks and Collectibles

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What Is Separate Property?

    Answer

    Separate property is typically any asset or debt acquired before a marriage, received as a gift, or inherited. Property may also be named as separate in a marital agreement. In cases where the classification of an asset is contested, it may become necessary to “trace” the source of said asset to prove it is truly separate property.

  • What If I have a Marital Agreement?

    Answer

    While a marital agreement can be a helpful tool in the case of a divorce, a signed document doesn’t guarantee its enforceability. There are numerous qualifications an agreement must meet to be upheld in court. If you have an existing agreement, it is highly recommended that you review its terms with an attorney from our firm.

  • What If My Spouse Is Hiding Assets?

    Answer

    The accurate reporting of property is a vital component in the distribution of property. However, a spouse may not always be playing by the rules. It is against the law to attempt to conceal or hide assets in a divorce and if you believe your spouse has done so, do not waste any time in contacting our legal team.

  • Should I Hire an Attorney?

    Answer

    An agreement regarding the division of property can affect your finances for years if not decades to come. With so much on the line, you can’t afford to leave anything to chance. Experienced legal advocates like those at our firm can help you protect your interests every step of the way. Call us today and discover how we can help.

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