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2802 Flintrock Trace, Suite 205
Austin, TX 78738

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Austin Asset Division Attorney

If you are going through a divorce, your life is about to change in unexpected ways. In order to protect your financial future, you want to work with a lawyer who understands the challenges you face and the options you have available for the division of marital property. I am Austin property division attorney Bobby Dale Barina, and I have been helping people throughout central Texas with property division for more than 25 years.

Protect Your Financial Future

Sitting down with you face to face, I will listen to your long-term goals and help you come up with a plan tailored to your needs. Providing comprehensive property division planning counsel, I will make sure you have the resources to meet the challenges ahead.

As a 50/50 state, Texas believes in the fair and equitable division of community property. However, there are a few things that can alter a plan from an equal split. Assets and debts acquired during your marriage, such as gifts, inheritance and personal injury settlements, might remain separate property. Taking a comprehensive look at your financial situation, I will help you prepare to divide the following:

If you have a sizeable estate and there is one main earner, it is difficult to structure fair divisions. My job is to help you come up with a plan that provides you with the financial foundation you need to move forward. For example, it may not be beneficial for nonworking spouses to retain a home if they are unable to pay the mortgage.

 

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The law offices of Bobby Dale Barina represents client in Austin, Georgetown, Round Rock, Salado, Temple, and Belton

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