What Will Texas Community Property Laws Mean For Your Contested Or High-Asset Divorce?
What will Texas community property laws mean for your contested or high-asset divorce?
The statutes define community property as assets obtained while you were married, including appreciation in values for family businesses and income earned from separate property. This property, will go a long way toward determining which party receives what marital assets during discussions of property division.
Working with an experienced divorce attorney can help you to avoid missteps that are all too common during this part of the legal process.
In Houston and surrounding areas, the lawyer and certified family law specialist whose 28-plus years of experience, proven skills, extensive knowledge, sterling reputation and track record you want on your side is Travis Thompson, founder of the Law Thompson, P.C., divorce and family law firm.
Travis Thompson consistently earns his clients’ trust with customized, compassionate legal services designed to transition them to a serene, successful post-divorce future. His advocacy for property division goals, specifically, provides a strong voice for client objectives, in and out of court.
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Typically, these major examples of community property are among the many at play during negotiation and litigation of property division outcomes during a Texas divorce:
- Real estate, including primary, secondary, vacation and retirement residences
- Motor vehicles
- Stocks and bonds
- Bank accounts
- Deferred income
- Retirement income
Travis Thompson personalizes his legal leadership, tailoring quality counsel to fit the unique situations that both traditional and nontraditional families find themselves in. He also offers round-the-clock accessibility so that any concern, no matter how large or small, can be addressed in ways that bring you peace of mind.
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You worked hard to afford your home, build your business, raise your children and accumulate valuable possessions during your marriage. Now that the marriage is ending, you want to preserve every financial and emotional investment you are entitled to. To speak with Travis Thompson about your goals in an initial consultation, contact our law firm by phone at 281-369-8665 or remain online to communicate with us by email. We represent clients in Harris County, Montgomery County and Fort Bend County.