Division of Property
Having the Court decide how best to characterize and divide your assets and liabilities is the foundation of divorce in Texas. We work to protect your life’s investments and acquisitions to ensure a Court can determine what is both a just and equitable division of your community estate and preserve and protect any separate property estate that may exist. The burden of proving separate property in a divorce can prove difficult. Under the guidance of our experienced attorneys, we will find a way to protect your separate property and other assets.
Division of property is perhaps one of the most difficult areas of divorce which requires expertise and professional guidance. It is not uncommon for disputes to arise as to the character or value of an asset. We have two decades of combined experience in complex property division, use of and preparation of expert financial witnesses that may be needed to provide the Court a clear picture of our client’s position so that it may find the best division to properly preserve a client’s estate interests. While some cases don’t require such evidence, unfortunately, sometimes spouses can’t agree on what assets are community property or they can be unwilling to acknowledge hidden assets or wasted spending during separation.
Our professional guidance and years of experience can ensure that you can determine the best available strategies to recover, protect and preserve these assets. We have a wide array of experience in divorce cases dealing with: estate and trust preservation, real estate interests (both residential and commercial), employer benefits and retirement plans, stock awards, royalties, dividends, and working interests, varieties of long term investment instruments, family and closely held businesses, earnings, associated capital investments, ranch/farm property and assets, including livestock, breeding rights and equipment, intellectual property, copyrights and patents, and much more. All your hard work deserves and requires expertise to protect. We can help ensure you get that protection during divorce and other division of property scenarios.