Valuation and Division of Property
Many marriages are characterized by a disparity in incomes. One party often is the major wage earner, while the other party either works for less pay or focuses on raising children and managing the family home. No matter how the economic scales tip within a marriage, proper valuation and division of marital property and debt is a crucial component of any divorce proceeding.
Unfortunately, many attorneys do not take the steps necessary to accurately value property. At the law office of David L. Willis, P.C., in San Antonio, we use great care — and often specialists — to help clients value their property in order to ensure the division of assets is carried out correctly.Proper Valuation is Critical
Property division is not simply a 50-50 split. Fault grounds exist in Texas that can support an unequal division of marital property. We often utilize the services of forensic accountants, real estate valuation experts and others specialists who take an accurate account of economic histories, property values and projected wage increases to help determine how assets should be divided.
We strive to reach amicable solutions to marital property division matters whenever possible. The division of property in divorce does not have to be typified by inequity and hostility. Contact the law office of David L. Willis, P.C., today and find out how we can help you through the process of asset division.