Marriage can be a wonderful part of life. Over the years, people can grow apart or change. There are many reasons why marriages become unsustainable. Nevertheless, dividing the assets of two individuals who have grown apart has the potential for a highly emotional conflict. When a divorce becomes inevitable, it is important to prepare early. The Tadlock Law Office can assist as your Frisco divorce attorney with the legal proficiency to protect your property interests.
The Tadlock Law Office aims to accomplish the goals of our clients. We provide powerful litigation skills, as well as the ability to negotiate from strength. We have the experience to offer top tier representation when it counts. It takes experience, knowledge and sound judgment to understand how to present a case most effectively. Frisco divorce attorney Gerald Tadlock provides those traits, and crafts a case individualized for each client.
Division of property during a divorce can affect a person’s financial future. We recognize the serious nature and high-stakes involved for each of our clients going through a divorce. As a result, we strive to obtain a complete list of all assets, and their respective values. While this may sound simple, establishing the value of assets can become a highly-contested matter no matter how large or small the asset.
When assets were acquired prior to marriage, or during marriage by gift or inheritance, these assets are generally protected from division by the family law court. However, this can be a daunting task because the burden of proof is very high to show an asset is your separate property. Many times there is little proof of how an asset was acquired, so this burden can seem insurmountable.
The Tadlock Law Office has experience in obtaining the evidence needed, when possible, to prevent separate property from being divided by a court.
Post-Divorce Maintenance is the term used to describe what is typically referred to as “alimony” in Texas. Texas permits post-divorce maintenance to be awarded in limited situation, including physical or mental disability. To obtain post-divorce, a divorcing spouse has the burden of proof to show their eligibility. This is generally based upon the duration of marriage, or that family violence has occurred during the marriage. If eligibility is proven, the requesting spouse must then prove the existence of funds from with the other spouse can pay maintenance.
There are many facets involved in requesting or defending requests for Post-Divorce Maintenance. The Tadlock Law Office routinely works with clients to request, and defend, such requests. The legal issues are different in nearly every case, and judicial discretion in this area is very broad. An experienced Frisco divorce attorney is very important to make the best case possible to prevail whether you are asking for, or trying to prevent paying, Post-Divorce Maintenance.
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