Property Division Attorney in Austin, Texas
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One of the chief concerns in getting a divorce is wondering whether you will end up with a fair share of your assets and debts. With so much of your future on the line, you cannot afford to work with an inexperienced or overly aggressive attorney. Contact FLMT to retain the representation you deserve.
If you work with us, you are getting more than an experienced Austin divorce attorney on your side, you are getting an entire legal team. We have more than 175 years of combined experience to pour into your case.
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How Division of Property Works in a Texas Divorce
Texas operates on a community property system, which means that marital property is divided as equally as possible. In order for a court to grant more marital property to one spouse over the other, a judge has to be convinced that there is an overwhelming reason to do so. Spouses can create their own property division agreement, however, that deviates from a rigid 50-50 split.
At every stage of dividing property, the assistance of a trusted attorney can be invaluable. An Austin divorce lawyer from Friday Milner Lambert Turner, PLLC can help with everything from correctly designating certain property as separate or marital property to protecting your rights when it comes to achieving as fair a division of assets and debts as possible.
Our Legal Team Is Ready to Uphold Your Rights
When you are looking for trustworthy legal assistance for your divorce, you can turn to FLMT. Because of our skill and high ethical standards, we have lawyers on our team who have merited an AV® Rating, the highest rating that Martindale-Hubbell® offers. Furthermore, every single one of our Austin divorce attorneys has been selected for inclusion in the list of Texas Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠. Discover how our proven skill and dedication can help you.
Schedule your consultation today! We can help clients throughout Travis County, Williamson County, and Hays County.