A Strong Advocate For Divorce In Texas

Divorce is an end, but it is also a beginning. The way you begin this new chapter of your life will make a significant difference in your future finances, living situation and parental rights. To get started in the best possible way, it is important to have a strong and understanding ally in your corner.

At The Barrera Firm, our attorneys are experienced advocates for people facing divorce in San Antonio, throughout Bexar County and across surrounding areas. We can guide you through all aspects of the divorce process, whether you face a complex, high-asset divorce or a relatively simple, uncontested divorce.

In either case, mistakes and oversights in the divorce process can prove very costly. Our detail-oriented approach to divorce law limits mistakes and oversights. Our full-service divorce practice can address all of your needs, including important family law matters such as child custody, child support, spousal maintenance and property division.

Property Division In Divorce

In Texas, property acquired during the course of a marriage is presumed to be community property and subject to division upon divorce. Certain property, such as gifts and inheritances, may be considered separate property, but generally speaking, the following types of property are subject to division provided they were acquired during the course of the marriage:

  • Houses
  • Vehicles
  • Retirement assets such as 401(k)s, IRAs and pensions
  • Jewelry, furniture and other personal possessions
  • Oil and gas assets
  • Business and professional practice assets

Debt is also divided upon divorce. If you are facing divorce, you want to make sure you are obtaining your fair share of community property while not taking on more debt than you are rightfully responsible for. Our divorce lawyers are well-versed in Texas community property laws and can protect your financial interests in these critical legal matters.

Talk To A Divorce Attorney Who Can Protect Your Rights

Whether you are engaged in divorce or it is looming on the horizon, it is never too early to protect your future by talking to a knowledgeable attorney. You can arrange your confidential consultation with one of our divorce lawyers by calling us at 210-693-0910 or sending us an email through this website.