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How to Prove Separate Property in Texas Divorce

Hayley Collins Blair | February 14, 2019

In every Texas divorce case, the court divides marital property in a just and right manner. Property the court cannot divide is separate property. In proving separate property, there needs to be an additional offer of supporting documents, or other evidence, and oftentimes a testifying expert will be needed.

To learn more about proving separate property in Texas, contact Hayley Collins Blair at (214) 473-9696.

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