Protecting your property
Whether it is a new car or a new business, generally all property you acquire during marriage is community property. And when you divorce, this community property needs to be divided. We are here to help you assess what is due to you.
You might expect that, when you divorce, all marital property will be divided equally. However, depending on their case, a couple – or a court – might decide one party is due a greater or lesser portion of the property. As this can have a long-term effect on your finances, it’s important to make sure you receive everything that you have a right to.
How GoransonBain Ausley can help
With over 40 years of experience supporting Austin families with complex property divisions, GoransonBain Ausley lawyers can help you assess what counts as marital property and how it should be divided.
We can work with you to characterize your property so that you have a clear picture of what’s included in your marital estate. For example, property you owned before your marriage or acquired by gift or inheritance during marriage is generally not divided in a divorce.
Contact us for in-depth advice and legal support around property division and characterization.