Lawyer To Handle Paperwork After Divorce
Nothing is finished until the paperwork is done. That is especially true about divorce in Texas.
After your divorce is final, it may be easy to forget that there are documents that have to be drafted, revised, signed and submitted. Missing a single document can result in frustration and additional costs in months and years to come. These failures could also result in you failing to receive your portion of a spouse’s retirement benefits.
If you were recently divorce in the San Antonio area, call me, attorney Rebecca Anne Gonzalez. I have years of experience assisting clients with important documents and paperwork matters, even if I did not represent you as your lawyer through the divorce.
Some of the most important considerations include:
- Qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO) for military retirement and pension funds
- Special warranty deeds that may be affected by title transfer of property, such as a house.
- Recording the deed of assumption when transferring title of a property into your name alone
- Re-financing the mortgage if you receive the house in the property agreement
- Title transfers of real estate and motor vehicles awarded as part of the property settlement
- Name changes
- Power of attorney to transfer vehicle title
- Deed of trust to secure assumption. This document lays out the terms of the parties’ agreement for enforcement if the grantee defaults on the mortgage.
Let Me Take The Burden Of Paperwork Off Your Hands
Backed by many years of Texas family law experience, I will handle the little details that are often so frustrating following a divorce. Call me at 210-888-9836 or toll free at 800-823-6321, or send an email to my office in San Antonio.