Community Property Division Attorneys
In the eyes of the law, property division after a marriage is a matter of equity. Viewing marriage as a partnership, the presumption is that the assets accrued during the partnership should be distributed equally after the marriage ends.
When you come to the Shapiro Law Firm for your divorce, we’ll make sure that your interests are protected in all aspects of the divorce, including property division matters.
Call us today at 972-423-0033 to discuss your concerns with an experienced lawyer.
Skilled Negotiators Addressing Complex Property Division Issues
Frequently, disagreements over property division stem from questions over what should, or should not be, considered marital assets. Some of these matters are straightforward — after 30 years of marriage, reaching a settlement over shared bank accounts, pension plans or the equity in a jointly purchased home might clearly result in an even divide. In other cases, a fair and reasonable agreement may be more difficult to reach. If you owned your house before marriage and you were not married for more than a few years, fairness and equity might suggest that this asset should not be evenly divided.
When you come to the Shapiro Law Firm, you can trust in the experience of our attorneys. We have been serving people in the Plano, Texas, area for more than 40 years. We are skilled negotiators and can help you effectively and efficiently resolve all issues affiliated with your divorce. We’ll make sure that your interests are represented.
Contact Our Experienced Family Law Attorneys Today
When you need to resolve complex issues related to property division, come to our law offices. Our experienced family law attorneys can effectively protect your interests and resolve these matters. Contact us today to schedule your confidential consultation.