High-Asset Divorce Attorneys
When there is a significant amount of property and other marital assets involved in a divorce, the division of that property can be complex and can often lead to contentious disputes between spouses. It is crucial that those assets are properly valued in order to arrive at a property division settlement that is fair for both parties.
At the Shapiro Law Firm, in Plano, our attorneys have experience and legal knowledge to handle cases involving complex marital estates and property division in Collin County and the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Representing individuals and families for the past 40 years, we will conduct the necessary research and valuation to find hidden assets or to prove the value of certain assets and property in a divorce.
Assets in Complex Property Division
There are a wide range of issues that can arise in divorce cases involving high-value marital estates and assets, including:
- Substantial real estate and property
- Stock options and investments
- Pensions, 401(k) accounts and other retirement accounts
- High-asset separate and community property
- Tax issues
- Family businesses and other closely held business interests
Our lawyers will identify all assets and property involved, including any undisclosed or hidden assets; thoroughly review whether an asset should be considered community or separate property; and find an accurate valuation of all assets that are subject to division, including business assets.
Contact the Shapiro Law Firm
For more information about complex property division and to discuss your case with us, contact the Shapiro Law Firm, and learn more about your options. Call our office in Plano, Texas, at 972-423-0033 and schedule an appointment for an initial consultation.