Houston Property Division Attorney
Protecting Clients’ Rights
At the Law Offices of Frank E. Mann, P.C., we walk clients through the property division process during divorce. We can obtain a restraining order to protect your rights and assets during a divorce or obtain a temporary order, verifying that all appropriate items are included in the list of property to be divided.
For more information about property division, contact us today. We are ready to resolve your property-related disputes.
Call (713) 903-8112 for a free case evaluation.
Navigating Property Division for Large & Small Estates
Disputes over property are common between divorcing spouses. When spouses share substantial assets and high-value property, disputes are more likely and the process can be complicated. We assist clients with the division of large and small amounts of property.
We can address all your questions about property division, such as:
- Will the house be sold and the proceeds divided, or will one spouse get the house and the other spouse a corresponding amount of cash?
- What about retirement plans such as pension plans or 401(k) plans?
- What is the difference between community property and separate property in a divorce?
- If I received an inheritance from a relative who also left money to my spouse, can I get all of the inheritance because it was my relative?
- I helped put my ex through business school to learn how to run his family’s business. Do I get any part of the business?
- My spouse gave me jewelry before we were married. Is that included in community property?
Addressing Debts during Property Division
Of course, dividing property also includes allocating debts, such as credit card bills, the mortgage, and loans for the family business or the car. Our Houston property division lawyer’s job is to account for all marital assets and be sure that separate property is not included in the total amount to be split.
At the Law Offices of Frank E. Mann, P.C., we have the experience and knowledge needed to represent clients effectively during the property division process.