Divorce Lawyers for Men
Men oftentimes find themselves at a disadvantage at the courthouse. When it comes to Texas family law cases, they are often stereotyped and labeled in negative ways that can impact how the judge rules in their case.
We know that a pro-woman bias occurs in our court system. Accordingly, we have developed a process that helps men obtain an equitable result. We help men obtain and access the rights that they deserve with their children while protecting their financial interest. We guide men every step of the way through their family law case. Men have a strong advocate for their rights in Bineham & Gillen.
Division of Assets
Texas is a community property state. It is presumed that all property owned by married persons at the time of the dissolution of the marriage, whether by death or divorce, is the property of both the husband and the wife. Likewise, any debts incurred during the marriage are presumed to be incurred by both the husband and the wife. Like community property, community debt must be divided during a divorce.
When two people get married, they may bring assets and property with them, and during the course of their marriage, they acquire more. So when the couple decides to divorce, two questions must be asked: What constitutes community property? What is a fair distribution of property? Our law firm represents your best interests in the division of common assets and property from your marriage.