Hi, My name isXXXXX am a licensed, practicing Attorney and since the other Expert opted out, I would like to help, if I may
The answers the other expert gave you were totally correct. Texas is a community property state and, therefore, any property acquired by either party during the marriage, regardless of whose name is XXXXX XXXXX deed or title is considered community property in which both souses own an equal share. The only exceptions to this rule are gifts and inheritances which remain the sole, separate property of the recipient spouse.
Therefore, if the 1 acre with a house on it and the 30 acre property were acquired during the marriage, it is community property and belongs to both of them. The wife, therefore would not be able to sell, transfer, dispose of, or give these pieces as a gift without the signature of her husband.
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