Property Division

Call Our Collin County Divorce Lawyers at 214-469-3100

Divorce is oftentimes a very contentious matter that requires skilled legal counsel to keep things from escalating. Part of the process that turns couples against each other is property division. Texas is considered a community property state. When dividing property, the assets are split into two different categories: community and separate.

Community Property Vs. Separate Property

Community property is identified as the assets belonging to both spouses acquired during the marriage. These items can be divided during the divorce. Separate property includes assets that an individual had prior to the marriage, or inheritances received after the marriage.

Properties that can be divided often include, but is not limited to:

  • Homes
  • Cars
  • Bank accounts
  • Furniture
  • Stocks

Our family lawyers serve clients in Collin County. Call 214-469-3100 today for your initial consultation.

Scroggins Family Law - we Can Help You Every Step of the Way

At Scroggins Family Law, our Collin County divorce attorneys are devoted to helping our clients seek the favorable results they desire. When it comes to property division matters, you want to make sure that you have skilled legal counsel in order to avoid unfair division. We are compassionate when communicating with you, but We are aggressive when litigating on your behalf.

When you hire our firm to represent your case, you can rest assured that skilled trial lawyers are standing by your side, advocating for your best interests. we utilize our more than 20 combined years of experience to help you during an already difficult time. Don't allow your rights to be taken advantage of during the divorce process. Hire an award-winning law firm with a commitment to client satisfaction; hire Scroggins Family Law.

Call us today at 214-469-3100 to learn how we can help.

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