Law Offices of Keith E. Holloway

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Working With A Thorough Property Division Lawyer

Texas is a community property state, which means that dividing property during a divorce can be a complex issue. People typically need a lawyer’s help to determine which assets are community property and which are separate.

I am attorney Keith Holloway. With 26 years of family law experience, I have the knowledge to value and divide community property. You can rely on me to protect your rights throughout traditional divorce litigation or uncontested divorce proceedings, including during the division of marital property. To schedule a free consultation, please call 210-570-9977.

Dividing Community Property And Debts

Marital property is divided according to community property law. Under this law, all marital property is presumed to be community property unless:

  • It was a gift or inheritance
  • It is specified as separate property in a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement
  • A single spouse owned the property before the marriage began
  • You can establish individual ownership by proving ownership and when you acquired it

I will help you protect your share of marital assets and separate property, including real estate, vehicles, furnishings, financial accounts, retirement and investments. If you have commingled or complex assets, I will work with experts to value the assets and determine what you are entitled to receive.

In a separation, you must also divide the marital debts. This may include any judgments against both parties or other debts like a loan, credit card debt, taxes or mortgages. I will review your financial records and determine which debts are joint and which are separate. It is important for your future well-being that debt division is fair and that you understand your obligations after the divorce is finalized.

Learn How Property Division Will Affect You

You deserve to see your separate and marital property divided in accordance with the law, and I can help make sure this happens. Please call my San Antonio office at 210-570-9977 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation. Let me put decades of family law experience in your corner.