San Antonio Property Division Attorneys
Going through a divorce is usually very stressful. One of the most difficult but important aspects of a divorce is the division of property and assets. Property division cases can range from simply deciding who gets to keep a home to the complicated task of divvying up pensions, stocks, family heirlooms, and much more. Texas is a “community property” state; that means under Texas law, any assets acquired by either party during a marriage are shared property and must be divided during a divorce settlement. However, any individual possessions or properties that a person owned before marriage are “separate property” and are not up for distribution during a divorce. Any property that an individual inherits during a marriage is not legally a shared asset between the couple either.
Determining whether something is regarded as “community” or “separate” property is essential to a smooth divorce. Naturally, it can be tricky to determine which assets should belong to which person, but luckily, you do not have to go through this process alone. The attorneys at Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht are here to help you and have many years of experience in handling divorce and property division cases.
Types of Cases We Handle
Several types of assets and properties can go into a divorce settlement. At Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht, we are prepared to defend and protect your rights in property division cases, including:
Losing valuable assets in the property division portion of a divorce settlement is devastating. Divorces are difficult, but having to lower your quality of life due to lost assets can be even harder. To ensure you do not lose out on deserved properties, contact a lawyer right away to protect you in your property division case.
Contact a San Antonio Attorney Today
Divorces are complicated. One of the most contentious areas of a divorce is property division. The process of deciding who gets which assets is a hot debate, leading to tension between the two parties. If you are going through a divorce and are worried about how your joint assets will be divided, the experienced lawyers at Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht are here to help you. Contact our offices at (210) 306-4471 and one of our lawyers will work diligently on your case, providing you with support and guidance throughout the divorce process.