Division of Property
When a married couple chooses to end their relationship, one of the most important issues that must be resolved is how property will be divided between the spouses. Frequently, it is necessary for a court to determine how this division will occur. In most cases, courts will seek to distribute property between the two spouses as equitably as possible. However, there are certain circumstances that may affect the court’s determination of what will constitute equitable division.
If you are considering divorce and want to know more about what you can expect regarding the division of your marital property, you should consult with a qualified legal representative before proceeding. Contact a Woodlands divorce lawyer from the BB Law Group PLLC, today at (832) 534-2589 to speak with an experienced member of our legal staff about the details of your case.
Factors Affecting Division of Property
A number of different factors may be taken into account when determining how the division of property between two spouses should be conducted. Some of the most important of these factors include the following:
- Length of the marriage
- Age of spouses
- Earning capacity of both spouses
- Child care needs
- Grounds for assessing fault in the divorce
Additionally, it is important to remember that this division of property includes both assets and debts.
If you are thinking about pursuing a divorce, it is important to have tenacious legal representation on your side to ensure that you get a fair division of property. Contact the BB Law Group PLLC today at (832) 534-2589 to discuss your legal rights and options.