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Financial Planning After Divorce In Texas

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If you are contemplating a divorce, it is important to consider the financial ramifications for your post-divorce life. An experienced family law attorney can help you carefully plan for your future in order to better position you for financial success and stability.

At Laura Dale & Associates, we provide full-service representation from compassionate attorneys. For advice about financial planning after divorce in Texas, talk to us about your situation.

Pay Attention To How Property Is Divided

The key to having financial stability after your divorce is ensuring your divorce is handled properly, particularly the division of property. Our attorneys have more than 50 years of combined family law experience and have the skills to make sure that you receive your fair share of marital property and have an income stream you can depend on after your divorce is finalized.

In Texas, the marital estate will be divided based upon what is deemed to be a “just and right” division. As a result, division could be 50-50 but it could also be any other ratio such as 53-47, 60-40 or 70-30. Our legal experience and resources can provide you an advantage, as we are ready and able to make your case for the most advantageous division of property.

You can rely on our firm to uncover hidden assets, properly value complex assets such as family businesses and make sure that any arrangement accounts for tax issues. This will ensure that you receive a fair and just settlement. To ensure you will be able to maintain your quality of life after your divorce, we can also pursue temporary or long-term spousal support payments based on factors such as the length of your marriage and your earning capacity.

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Are you currently facing bankruptcy and divorce due to financial problems in your marriage? Contact our lawyers today to learn more about how we can help you maintain financial stability after divorce.

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