Property Division Law
Bruce C. Zivley practices property division law in Cypress, TX. He is the property division lawyer and division of assets lawyer that you need when dividing your assets through a divorce. He will fight for your rights for equal distribution of property, and make sure you receive a promising outcome. If you are worried that you and your spouse will not be able to divide your property, then seek the strong and effective legal counsel of property division attorney Bruce C. Zivley.
Bruce C. Zivley proudly serves the following greater Houston areas:
- Houston, TX
- Harris County, TX
- Fort Bend County, TX
- Missouri City, TX
- Sugar Land, TX
- Rosenberg, TX
- Pasadena, TX
- Spring, TX
- Cypress, TX
Don’t be stressed anymore about the outcome of your divorce or the issues you might be facing with property division law. Call Attorney Zivley today at (713) 600-5561 to schedule your free consultation.
What is a property division lawyer and why do you need one? When you divorce your spouse, you terminate your legal partnership. More often this means that property and assets also need to be divided. Unfortunately, these divisions don’t always go smoothly. While property owned by each spouse can be returned to the original owner, all property is subject to division after marriage. Consequently, spouses sometimes try to take property that you did not expect them to. But other times spouses just can’t come to an agreement.
This is where an experienced property division attorney can step in and help you properly handle your property division law case. An attorney can also help you determine what property is subject to division and advise you on how to split it. Additionally, your property division lawyer can help mediate the process, and speak for you when issues between you and your spouse become too contentious. Protective actions can be taken and your attorney can make sure you remain secure during your property division law issues. Attorney Zivley can and will do this for you. Call him today at (713) 600-5561 to schedule your first appointment! Free initial consultations provided.
If your case goes to court, a judge will take several factors into consideration for what is or is not considered a fair distribution of assets. These include:
- Income, property, and debts
- Prior financial support obligations
- How long your marriage lasted and the age of each spouse
- The needs of the custodial parent
- Tax issues
- How much either spouse contributed to the education of the other
You should seek the counsel of an attorney that specializes in property division law because of the numerous issues you could face when dividing assets. Only a division of assets lawyer can understand the complex and contested nature of property division. An experienced family law attorney like Bruce C. Zivley is equipped to handle the emotional and highly combative nature of divorce and asset division. Call him today if you want to start feeling less stressed about your divorce!
Property Division Attorney
Without an attorney specializing in property division law, your case could quickly take a turn for the worse. A quality, educated property division attorney can guide you through a range of issues that you may not have considered before entering divorce. This includes:
- How your property should be divided
- How to find hidden assets
- What you should do with your insurance policies
- What will happen to your family home
- Whether or not you should take the case to court
Your division of assets lawyer can help you develop a marital property checklist and property settlement agreement. You can ask him any additional questions about your property division law case, and he is ready to answer. Schedule your free initial consultation by calling him at (713) 600-5561!
The information contained on this website is presented for informational and marketing purposes only and is not to be understood as legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice respecting your individual needs. Bruce C. Zivley looks forward to speaking with you about your particular needs. Please note, however, that the mere act of contacting our firm does not create an attorney-client relationship. As a result, you should never send any confidential information to our office until a Representation Agreement has been signed by both you and Bruce C. Zivley.