Get Answers To Your Property Division Questions

When couples divorce, so many questions surface, especially regarding division of assets and property. Who will get the house? Who gets the cars? What will happen to my retirement accounts? At Sandoval Law Firm, we will guide you through this uncertain time and help answer your questions.

We have knowledge, experience and resources to thoroughly investigate marital assets and debts (including assets your spouse may be trying to hide). In the end, we strive for a fair and equitable division of property.

Simple Explanations On How To Divide Your Property

We provide straightforward explanations and recommend a practical approach to dividing marital assets. Too often, we have seen separating couples spend more time and money fighting over assets than the assets are worth. We strive to keep the negotiations productive and peaceful. That being said, we will also advocate aggressively to ensure that you receive the assets that are most important to you.

Here is a list of some of the key assets and property that typically are divided during a divorce:

  • The marital residence
  • Vacation property, real estate and land investments
  • Motor vehicles
  • Retirement accounts
  • Property with sentimental or heirloom value

What To Do With The House, Retirement Accounts And Debt

When determining what to do with the house, we can help you choose the right option for your particular situation, including selling, refinancing or trading for other assets.

Retirement accounts are another matter, too. You've worked hard for your money and dutifully built up your IRA and 401(k) accounts. You hope to protect these investments. We will work with you to make sure that your financial future remains intact. We do so by working in tandem with financial professionals such as accountants, financial planners and tax professionals.

In many cases, it is easy to accidentally overlook jointly held financial debts. Don't ignore joint debt. Like assets that have accumulated during the marriage, joint debt, too, is the responsibility of both parties in a divorce. We will work to ensure that it is divided fairly and equitably.

Contact Us To Discuss Your Divorce Options

At Sandoval Law Firm, in Austin, Texas, we provide the guidance you need in divorce matters. To schedule a consultation with our highly experienced divorce attorney, call 512-580-2449 or fill out our online contact form. Se habla español.