When your marriage comes to an end in Texas, one of the most challenging issues to resolve can be the division of marital debts and assets. Property Settlement Attorney Linda Stewart has over eight years of experience with property division in Texas. Under Texas law, all property acquired or accumulated during the marriage is considered community property (with limited exceptions), and must be divided equally in a divorce. What happens if there are complex property holdings, from real estate to investments or retirement funds? How do you put value on a family-owned business without selling the business? Attorney Linda Stewart can help. And, quite often, however, people have acquired some separate property before their marriage, or by gift or inheritance during the marriage. We will help characterize and protect that property for you while helping you toward a just and right property division.
At Stewart Law, PLLC, with offices in Baytown, we offer more than 8 years of experience to men and women involved in divorce proceedings. We know that marital property has emotional as well as financial value. We also understand that, in many situations, you must maintain a working relationship with your ex-spouse, even after your marriage is over. For those reasons, we always focus on finding peaceful solutions to your disputes. Whenever possible, we will work to avoid lengthy, bitter, and expensive litigation, in favor of negotiated or mediated settlements. We also tend to your financial needs, paying close attention to keep your costs down as we strive to meet your goals.
We offer an initial evaluation of your case at a reduced fee ($50). For an appointment, contact us online or call our office.
When you hire us to help you resolve property issues under the community property laws in Texas, we will start by compiling an inventory of the debts and assets of your marriage. We will then determine which assets are the separate property (either brought into the marriage or excluded under Texas law) and what assets are community property. Once we have determined what items are community property, we will take the necessary steps to verify fair market value. We will work with experts, when necessary, including business and real estate appraisers, forensic accountants, and others.
We will gather, evaluate and preserve all evidence to support your position, and will represent you in all hearings or proceedings. We will also file all pleadings or other documents required by the courts.
To set up a meeting with an experienced divorce lawyer, call our office or contact us by e-mail. We offer an initial consultation at a reduced fee of $50. We accept credit cards and will set up a payment plan, if appropriate. Our offices are open Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., and until noon on Fridays. Evening and weekend appointments can be arranged upon request.
Abogada Stewart tiene poquito espanol. ASL and ESL services are also available upon request. When an interpreter is essential, we will be glad to work with an interpreter hired by the client.
Stewart Law, PLLC is located in Baytown, TX offering assistance with a wide range of Divorce and Family law-related issues. Our firm proudly serves Pasadena, Pearland, League City, Atascocita, Channelview, Friendswood, La Porte, Deer Park, Cloverleaf, Dickinson, South Houston, Seabrook, Galena Park, Jacinto City, Liberty, Dayton, Anahuac, Winnie, and Webster, Texas.