One of the most complex and complicated aspects of a divorce can be the division of property. In many instances, both parties disagree over what they feel is a fair and just distribution of the property, assets, and debts. Seeking the advice of a skilled Johnson County family law attorney is crucial during this time. When you want and advocate who has an accomplished record with numerous trials, reach out to our team at the Law Office of Robert E. Luttrell.
For a free evaluation of your case, call our Cleburne divorce attorney at (817) 567-2899. We are ready to protect your rights.
As a community property state, Texas divides property that was acquired during the course of a marriage in an equitable and just manner. This does not necessarily mean that marital property will be divided equally, but that it will be divided in a fair manner to be determined by a judge. Each spouse will generally keep separate property that was owned before entering the marriage, as well as gifts or inheritances. the major source of contention for most couples, however, is deciding what is classified as separate and marital property.
When you are navigating the delicate subject of property division, it can be extremely beneficial to have a Cleburne divorce lawyer who has a proven track record of success on your side. Robert E. Luttrell has provided representation in well over 100 cases in his career and was even named one of the Air Force’s best trial attorneys in 2007. Our firm understands that experience can be very valuable but it doesn’t make up for hard work. We focus on reviewing the facts, reviewing them again, and meticulously researching any applicable case law which might impact your case.
With our diligent effort and focus on carefully assessing your property, we can develop an aggressive and effective legal strategy to help you secure the property that is rightfully yours in a divorce. In our experience, we have seen first-hand how damaging property division disputes can be. We encourage you to seek counsel you can trust to guide you through this process. We know you might be hurt, angry, and upset. Before those emotions negatively affect your case, reach out to a Johnson County family lawyer who will safeguard your best interests.
To learn more about how our firm could help you, contact (817) 567-2899!