Separation of Property

Separation of Property


If you’re getting a divorce, it’s necessary for you to understand how Texas’ divorce laws handle property and debt division. The Law Office of Charles Wesley Skinner is here to educate you in all matters and inform you of your rights so that you don’t end up blindsided. I’ll provide you with an expert attorney who will guide you through the process and ensure that you’re separation of property is fair and that you don’t lose assets that are legally yours.

Texas law acknowledges two types of property:

• Community Property – is subject to division and includes all of the property that either spouse acquires during the marriage, except for those that fall under the category of separate property.

• Separate Property – is not subject to division and includes any property owned prior to the marriage, inherited by only one spouse, or gifts from someone other than the spouse, this includes recoveries for personal injuries.

Don’t get blindsided, let my law office help to ensure that the property that is legally yours, stays in your procession. Contact me online or by telephone at (972) 921-0712