File an Inventory and Appraisement

In a Texas divorce, inventory and appraisement is a crucial process that involves the identification, classification, and valuation of marital assets and liabilities. Both spouses are required to compile a detailed list of all their community property, which includes assets and debts acquired during the marriage. This inventory typically covers real estate, bank accounts, investments, personal property, and any other financial obligations. Once the inventory is complete, each item must be appraised or assigned a fair market value, often with the assistance of professionals such as appraisers or financial experts. This inventory and appraisement process is essential for the equitable distribution of marital property during divorce proceedings, ensuring that both spouses receive a fair share based on the assessed values of their assets and debts.
1. Download the Document
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2. Make Service Payment
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Please note that any court filing fees, if applicable, are your responsibility, and the service payment you have made is non-refundable.
3. Send us the Document(s)
Please send us the document(s) via email to, and please ensure to thoroughly review the document before returning it to us.
4. eFile Account Setup and eFile
We will establish an eFiling account for you to submit your document(s) to the court electronically. After the filing is complete, you will receive an envelope number from the court system.
Please reach out to the court to inquire about the filing's status.
Note: While eFiling, it is not uncommon that the filings get rejected. We kindly ask for your understanding, as document rejections can occur due to various factors like missing information, incorrect formatting, outdated documents, documents' size, etc. The court filing fees deducted from the account will be returned back to the account within 3 to 10 business days, depending on financial policies of the banks/credit companies.