Tyler Asset Tracing Attorneys

Everyone’s net worth is impacted at the time of divorce and asset protection has specialized rules. We can help — call us.

When a divorce occurs, the courts work to determine how to divide the property that is a part of that marriage. The general rule on what assets are subject to a division of property as part of a divorce is that any property acquired during the marriage is part of the marital estate and must be divided equitably. This raises three questions:

  • What constitutes marital property?
  • What constitutes an equitable division of the marital property?
  • Were separate property funds spent on community property assets?

There are many incidents in which specific tracing must be done. At Bain, Files, Jarrett & Harrison, our Tyler asset tracing attorneys have been helping individuals and families successfully tracing issues since 1976. We offer our clients exceptional representation from attorneys who are board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. We are dedicated to helping achieve your goals for the successful division of property in your divorce.

Hidden Asset Tracing

Most assets that are acquired during the marriage are considered marital property. Gifts and inheritance are typically considered individual or separate property. Separate property cannot be divided during the property division. Separate property can, however, become marital property under certain conditions or by certain conduct. We work to ensure the proper characterization of any asset as being part of or exclusive from the marital estate.

Keeping accurate financial records is crucial in establishing the proper characterization of your property. We stress to our clients the necessity of solid record keeping.

Contact Us

For experienced and effective representation that will work to ensure that your goals in the division of property are achieved, turn to Bain, Files, Jarrett & Harrison Call 903-730-6637 or simply contact us online to schedule an initial consultation with one of our lawyers. We accept credit cards for our clients’ convenience.