While couples who marry in general do not tie the knot to the hope or knowledge that their marriage will end in divorce, divorce still affects nearly 50 percent of American couples. Therefore, a partition agreement is a useful tool that many Texans use to protect their property if their relationship ends. Divorce is not an easy process, but a partition agreement can help move the process forward and make it less painful. By sketching, before marriage, which spouse owns which property, the division of property during a divorce becomes a much simpler task. This agreement reduces the stress of your financial future, so you can focus on the more important elements of your marriage and, if it happens, your divorce. The parties to a divisional action should be the persons interested in the country. In some cases, all potentially interested parties must be reached, but may be terminated instead…