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Dividing Assets Is A Crucial Part Of Divorce

When going through a divorce, one of the most important parts of the process is determining how you will divide up your assets. Understandably, things can quickly become quite complicated. The Law Office of Brian Bagley, PLLC, has helped clients throughout Texas understand their options. Together, we can find a tailored solution that fits your situation.

Separate Vs. Community Property: What’s The Difference?

Texas is a community property state. This means that anything acquired during the course of your marriage will be split between you and your partner. Anything you had before your marriage is considered separate property, and it does not have to be divided. Separate property can include anything from inheritance to a home. If you owned it prior to your marriage, it is still considered yours. Your spouse does not have any rights to it.

Our firm is committed to answering all of your questions. We understand that no two cases are the same. Because of this, we pride ourselves on our ability to give each client the individualized attention they deserve. In many cases, the lines become blurred. Many couples feel they have a right to a certain piece of property or don’t think they are being given their fair share. We are here to find the best possible result for you and your specific needs.

Call Today To Get Started

It is always in your best interest to talk to a knowledgeable attorney. To learn more about how we can help, call our office in Plano today at 972-910-2203. You can also fill out our contact form online. Don’t wait to get the answers you need.