Your post-divorce home will be one of the most important purchases you make, whether you re-enter the property market or decide to rent somewhere new for a little bit.
Dealing with property during divorce is a stressful and difficult time, but making sure that you’re fully aware of the process and your options will help make this time easier.
Divorce settlements are stressful at best. If real property is involved, Lawyers need to make sure that the property is properly valued in order to allow the parties to make educated decisions and to most productively move on with their separate lives.
Here’s what you need to know about selling your house during divorce.
Whether or not you have a prenuptial agreement, begin the process of protecting your non-marital assets as early as you can. Don’t wait to protect your real estate assets during divorce.
In this article, we will go over the different situations which can occur, so you know where you stand when it comes to the marital home and your divorce.
Texas divorce courts do not simply divide community property 50-50. Instead, Texas law provides that community property is split according to what the judge deems “just and right.” In other words, division of property must be fair and equitable.
There are many factors in determining and distributing property during a divorce. The first thing the court considers in any divorce situation with minor children is whether its decisions are the best for the children.
These are a few examples of how funds become commingled during marriage. The more money you have, the more property you buy, the more likely you are to commingle funds.