Property Division Involving Businesses And Other Complex Assets
Properly identifying, valuing and dividing marital assets are key components of creating a strong financial foundation for your post-divorce life. If there are substantial assets involved, this may be quite complex and potentially contentious.
The family law attorneys at Mackoy, Hernandez, Qualls, Jones and Woods LLP bring extensive experience and insight to the property division process. Our role is to put you in the best possible position to move forward after divorce and we take that responsibility seriously.
It is important to work with attorneys like ours, who are knowledgeable about the tax liabilities and consequences of dividing a marital estate.
Our thorough knowledge of Texas statutes as they apply to property division, combined with our reputation as a legal team that prepares meticulously for trial, allows us to resolve disputes regarding the division of property effectively and efficiently. Many of the cases we handle that appear destined to litigate are successfully resolved through negotiation.
Ready To Assess A Wide Range Of Assets
We have the resources necessary to accurately identify and value a range of complex assets. If necessary, we work closely with forensic accountants, real estate appraisers and others to protect your rights and pursue your fair share of community property. Examples of complex property we assess include:
- Vacation homes, investment real estate and commercial property
- Closely held businesses
- Professional partnerships
- Retirement accounts and pensions
- Qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO)
- Deferred compensation, commissions and golden parachutes
The more substantial a couple’s holdings, the more complex the property division process becomes — and the more important it is to get it right. We can help. Call 469-269-0134 or use our online contact form to schedule a consultation.