Texas Property & Asset Division Attorneys
Helping Individuals in the DFW Area, Houston and Across the State of Texas
Once you have concluded that your marriage cannot be saved and seek a divorce, the process of dividing up the assets and obligations accumulated during the marriage can be one of the most difficult tasks. In addition to considering what you brought into the marriage, you may also find it challenging to fairly divide the debts and property acquired while you were married, particularly if there was a significant disparity regarding earnings or spending.
At the law offices of Bailey & Galyen, we offer extensive experience to clients throughout Texas who are involved in disputes over the equitable distribution of marital property. The manager of our family law department, Keith Spencer, was certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 2006. To set up a free initial consultation to discuss your concerns about marital property distribution, contact our office or call us at one of the numbers listed below.
Experienced Texas Marital Property Division Attorneys
At Bailey & Galyen, we work hard to resolve marital property disputes quickly and effectively, using our negotiation and trial skills as necessary to help you get the results you seek. We place a premium on communication, making certain we gather all the necessary information about your financial situation so that we can employ the best strategy to help you reach your goals. We will always keep you fully informed of any developments in your case, as well as your options and likelihood of success, so that you can make educated choices that are in your best interests.
When you hire us to help you resolve a marital property dispute, we start by putting together a detailed account of all your marriage’s assets and obligations, including:
- real estate, such as principal home, vacation or time-share property
- personal property, including vehicles, jewelry, boats or leisure craft, electronics, and other major personal assets
- financial accounts or assets, including bank accounts, stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other investments.
- retirement funds, such as 401 (k)s, IRAs, 403(b)s, deferred compensation, pensions or other similar plans
- business interests, including business assets and income
- marital debts, from mortgages to credit cards to personal loans
The equitable distribution of property calls for an allocation that is fair, but not necessary equal. We will help you identify all the factors that affect the rights to property and the obligation to satisfy marital debts, and we will work to secure an agreement that gives you your fair share of both.
Contact Bailey & Galyen
We provide a free initial consultation in all marital property distribution matters. To schedule an appointment, contact us or call our offices at (855) 216-0046. We are available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Evening and weekend hours are available upon request. Se habla Español.
Bailey & Galyen proudly serves the State of Texas, including the cities of Dallas, Ft. Worth, Arlington, Bedford, Grand Prairie, Carrollton, Weatherford, Mesquite & Plano.