Property and Debt Division

When a disagreement over equitable distribution of marital assets, property and debt has delayed your contested or complex divorce, you can benefit from the guidance and expertise of divorce attorneys who know how to protect your rights — and your investments, financial and emotional, in your marriage.

In Burleson, Tarrant County, Johnson County and across north central Texas, the experienced family lawyers who can help you create workable, practical, lasting solutions to an impasse over divorce property division are Lovelace Law P.L.L.C.

Our attorneys combine their almost 30 years of experience to put these important issues behind you, so you can transition to a brighter post-divorce future. Our attorneys listen carefully to your wishes and goals, respond with realistic assessments and stay available to your sudden questions and concerns, no matter where your case takes them.

"Equitable" does not necessarily mean "equal." Still, Lovelace Law, P.C. lawyers work hard to ensure that you receive your fair share of marital assets and property. Contact us to arrange your free initial consultation and discuss your property division objectives with candor and in complete confidence.

Tarrant County Attorneys For Dividing Assets In Divorce

Our trusted Texas divorce and family law firm handles every detail of every document, including any existing prenuptial agreement, and litigate if necessary to safeguard your interests, when significant property and assets are at stake when a marriage ends such as:

  • Real estate — primary, vacation and retirement residences, farms and ranches, rental property, undeveloped land
  • Motor vehicles
  • Retirement benefits, 401(k)s, pensions
  • Deferred income
  • Stocks and stock options
  • Bank accounts
  • Offshore accounts (hidden assets) that can be investigated
  • Inheritances
  • Memberships and collectibles

Arrange your free initial consultation with a skilled Burleson property division attorney by contacting Lovelace Law, P.C. at 817-953-9656 or by email. Before, during and after your divorce, we welcome the opportunity to serve you in any way we can.