Often, one of the most complicated issues in a divorce is dividing community property. Most couples commingle property after they get married, never imagining that their marriage might someday break down. This makes it difficult to trace one or both parties' separate property for purposes of a property division during divorce.
You deserve to get your proper share of property in the divorce. Dallas property division lawyer Steven W. Bruneman, of BrunemanLaw, P.C., has practiced law for more than 30 years and has a deep understanding of how courts divide community property in a divorce. He is Board-Certified in Family Law and is an aggressive advocate for his clients.
Advocating For Your Fair Share During Property Division In A Divorce
At the Texas firm of BrunemanLaw, P.C., we can help you divide the following types of property in a divorce:
- Real property, including the marital residence
- Retirement accounts
- Bank accounts
- Other property
Our attorney also has a bachelor's degree in business. This gives him the ability to read and understand tax returns and other financial documents that are commonly reviewed during a divorce. He works with forensic accountants and other financial professionals if necessary, but he does not totally rely on them. These experts do the leg work by digging up the facts. Our attorney's deep understanding of financial documents and how business organizations and financial instruments work allows him to frame the case, present the expert's opinions and evidence in the best possible way to give you an advantage, and to give a convincing argument to the court. Judges divide property in Texas, not juries.
To learn more about how we can help you receive the property you deserve or to schedule an appointment, call us at 214-744-4440 or contact us online today.