Texas is a community property state.  Under Texas law, the courts view your property like that of a business partnership. Both you and your spouse are presumed co-owners of real estate, money and personal property acquired during your marriage, regardless of whose name it is in, unless the property was received by gift or inheritance  or owned  before the marriage (separate property).  Having accurate information regarding community and separate property issues before you get married, or if you are about to divorce is crucial to protecting your property and your rights. 

Contact Dianne Zomper, Board Certified specialist, today for your free private consultation.  713 – 960 9696

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