Property Division

At the Rosales Law Firm in El Paso, Texas, we handle a wide range of property division matters for clients facing divorce and separation. With more than 25 years' combined experience, our lawyers have the skill and knowledge to handle complex, high-asset property division matters. We will work to ensure that your rights and your financial future are protected.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 915-219-5516. Our El Paso marital property division attorneys represent clients throughout El Paso and surrounding areas, including military members stationed at Fort Bliss.

texas community & separate property

Texas is a community property state, meaning there is a presumption by the law that all property obtained during marriage belongs equally to each spouse and should be divided equally upon divorce. There are some exceptions to this rule. For instance, money inherited during marriage is considered separate property. Generally, money and assets obtained before marriage remain separate property as well.

Because there is a presumption that property obtained during marriage is community property, you must make a claim to the court if you wish to claim separate property. Our divorce attorneys can inform you of your rights in regard to community and separate property in Texas. We will offer sound legal guidance and determined advocacy in helping you prepare for a financially stable post-divorce life.

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If you are facing a property division dispute in El Paso, Socorro or anywhere in Texas, our lawyers are here to help. Contact our office today to discuss your case. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. You can reach us by phone at 915-219-5516 or via e-mail. We accept all major credit cards for your convenience.

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