Division Of Debt

Anyone who has been paying attention to the news during the past few years can tell you that economic conditions have been tough for many people. With that in mind, it is important to realize that the equitable division of marital debt is just as important as the equitable division of marital property in a divorce.

How can you ensure that you have the means to reach your goals after your divorce? The first step is speaking to a knowledgeable family law attorney at the Law Office of Mark M. Childress, in Fort Worth, Texas.

We have the answers to your questions about marital debt and divorce. Call 817-653-8122 for a with our Fort Worth retirement debt division attorney.

Marital Debt In A Community Property State

While the division of debt and property under community property laws often results in a division that is close to 50-50, judges are free to deviate from that. That is why it is critical to have an attorney on your side capable of presenting your case effectively.

We will focus on making sure that all issues related to the debt in your marriage — such as credit card debt, medical debt, housing debt and personal loan debt — are properly accounted for. Where necessary, we will employ the services of accountants, tax advisers and financial planners to ensure that any property and debt settlement is in your best interest now and in the future.

Contact Our Firm

If the division of debt is a key issue in your divorce, you have come to the right place. To learn more about how we can help you protect your finances in divorce, contact us today for a with a lawyer.