When individuals have worked hard to acquire and retain substantial assets during the course of a marriage, it can be difficult to imagine that during a divorce, a court simply divides everything 50-50 between spouses.
Although Texas is a community property state and this rule generally applies, there are certain circumstances under which a court will deviate from a perfect 50-50 division of assets. This is why it is important to have experienced legal counsel on your side if you have substantial assets that you stand to lose during a divorce.
Why Contact Sisemore Law Firm, P.C.?
The attorneys of Sisemore Law Firm, P.C., have obtained significant experience handling divorces that involve complex issues of property division. We represent business owners, professionals and others who require sophisticated representation to help protect their interests. With an aggressive approach and a record of results, we guide our clients to a favorable resolution to their divorce.
While we offer a full range of family law services, we are especially responsive to the needs of business executives, medical professionals and other high net worth individuals. Call 817.336.4444 to arrange a confidential consultation at our Fort Worth office.
Asset Division In Divorce
We recognize that property division in the context of divorce is not a one-size-fits-all process, especially when valuable real estate, investments or other assets are at stake. This is why we offer tailored legal strategies backed by years of experience resolving high-stakes divorce-related disputes.
Our legal services in this area include:
- Complex property division
- Division of assets from family-owned businesses
- Property division for medical practitioners
- Asset protection
We collaborate with our clients’ existing financial planners and advisers — and routinely enlist the services of business valuation experts and other professionals — to provide superior and seamless counsel. When documents such as prenuptial agreements are a factor, we determine how they are likely to affect our clients’ outcome and work to counteract any disadvantage our clients may face.