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Marital Property

In Texas, property acquired during marriage or upon dissolution of marriage is presumed to be community property. The presumption can be rebutted, however, with clear and convincing evidence to the contrary.

Property acquired during marriage by gift, inheritance or devise may be considered a spouse's separate property, as will property acquired before marriage.

Marital property may be a complex and important issue involving a divorce. Sometimes, it will be necessary to trace the property back to the point of acquisition or inception.

If you are going through the anxiety of divorce, Attorney DAVID W. PHILLIPS and his staff will endeavor to protect your legal rights and assist you in realizing a fair and equitable marital property division.