Dallas, DFW, Houston, Texas Marital Property Settlement Attorneys
When you are involved in a divorce, one of the most difficult issues to resolve can be the distribution of marital debts and assets. Often, the real value of property can be hard to determine, making it hard to know if you are getting your fair share of the marital assets. You want an experienced attorney to protect your rights, one who has successfully helped others with similar challenges.
At the law offices of Bailey & Galyen, we offer years of experience to men and women involved in family law disputes, including disagreements regarding the division of marital property. We built our practice on a commitment to personal service and attention, along with a dedication to employ the highest standards of practice within our profession. We put a premium on communication, encouraging you to bring all your questions and concerns to us. We will listen carefully, so that we can tailor our representation to help you get the results you seek. We will also keep you fully informed of your options, as well as your likelihood of success, so that you can make educated choices about how to proceed.
We offer a free* initial consultation to all family law clients. For an appointment, contact our office or call us at 844-402-3900.
*Some areas of civil law consultation may involve a consultation fee.
Helping Men and Women with the Distribution of Marital Property
We will help you divide the debts and assets of your marriage under the community property laws of Texas. We will help you identify those assets that qualify as community property and those that qualify as separate property, and will work with you to see that you get an even distribution of community property and that all your separate property goes to you.
We help people divide all the debts and assets of a marriage:
- Real and personal property, such as homes, cabins, cottages, vacation property, jewelry, electronics, motor vehicles and boats.
- Financial accounts and investments, such as savings, checking or money market accounts; stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other securities.
- Retirement funds, including 401k's, IRAs, pensions and deferred compensation
- Business interests