Understanding who gets what in Texas

Dividing marital assets in a divorce, especially a complex divorce, cannot be handled by an average attorney. Ensuring that your assets are protected and that you receive your fair share in the divorce is critical. At the Jeff Gilbert Law Office, we are keen on providing step-by-step guidance and answering our clients' questions throughout the divorce process.

We have an established family law practice in Texas, and we offer effective and diligent legal counsel. Attorney Jeff Gilbert is an approved mediator in civil litigation and family law, which gives him additional insight into resolving marital disputes through skillful negotiations.

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How Property Division Works in Texas

Texas is a community property state, which means that any property accumulated during the course of the marriage is considered to be joint (or shared). This typically does not include gifts, inheritance, or certain types of personal property. Community property that is subject to division includes:

  • Assets gained during the marriage
  • Debts accrued during the marriage
  • Real estate

Jeff Gilbert and Rachel Aguilar are experienced lawyers who have worked with clients in a wide range of divorce cases involving complex property division. They understand how property division affects other aspects of divorce such as spousal support, and they will advise of the most appropriate legal strategy to pursue. Your best interests will be considered a top priority.