Property Division

If you have no children, property division may be the single most important issue in your divorce. When people work throughout the course of their marriage to earn a living and acquire property, it is understandable that the idea of losing assets or taking a step back can be troubling.

How can you protect your property and ensure that your quality of life does not suffer after your divorce? A knowledgeable lawyer at the Law Office of Mark M. Childress, PLLC., can walk you through all of your options and prepare you for what lies ahead. To arrange your initial , call us today at 817-653-8122.

What Does Community Property Mean For You?

It is easy to fall into the false assumption that because Texas is a community property state, you can count on receiving exactly 50 percent of the real property and financial assets. While an ideal, textbook situation would result in a 50-50 split, there are times when a court will rule in favor of deviating from that standard.

At our firm, we focus on understanding the unique needs and goals of our clients, so that we can pursue an outcome that sets them up for a successful post-divorce life. Your goals will be our goals as we advocate for your rights.

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Whether you have complex business or real estate assets or own a professional practice, we have the knowledge and resources necessary to achieve a positive outcome. Where necessary, we work with professional experts such as financial planners, accountants and tax specialists to maximize the property our clients receive.

Contact Our Firm

We welcome the opportunity to answer your questions about property division. Contact us today for a with our Fort Worth property division attorney.