Dividing Property During Gay Divorce
During divorce, same-sex couples are often faced with additional considerations as many lived together or established domestic partnerships prior to the legalization of same-sex marriage. During this time, assets and property were commingled. The couple may or may not have signed a prenuptial agreement before getting married.
The added layers of complexity can make property division difficult, should the couple decide to divorce. It is critical that you have an attorney who understands the ins and outs of Texas property division laws, as well as how these guidelines are handled by local courts and judges. Without experienced legal representation, you stand to lose assets that may have actually been eligible to be considered community property.
Property Division In Same-Sex Divorce Can Be Complex
Attorney Mary K. Quinn has decades of experience in Texas family law courts, providing skilled representation during the division of assets in countless divorces. She understands how to locate, identify, characterize and value all types of assets. She fights for her clients’ rights to ensure that they are granted what they need to start the next chapters of their lives on a sound financial footing and with the assets they should be granted.
Mary K. Quinn also represents individuals who have legally structured and classified their relationship under domestic partnership agreements. When these couples part ways, there are far fewer options for seeking assets. She will take a close look at your assets and how they have been used between the couple to provide you with a clear understanding of your rights and options going forward.
Above and beyond legal representation, our firm provides resources and support to help you make sound decisions moving forward. In addition to an experienced lawyer, this includes access to financial planners and other professionals who can equip you with the information you need, given your specific situation.