With Great Wealth Comes Great Divorce Complication
As you acquire wealth, one of the first things you notice is that everything becomes a bit more complicated. Making new personal connections, taxes and buying a home all now come with new, surprising difficulties you didn’t expect. Divorce, however, will be an even greater complication than you expect.
At Jeff Gilbert Law Office, our attorneys have decades of experience with family law in Texas. We provide our skills to people in Angleton and across Brazoria County. We’re communicative and thorough, answering all your questions and taking on the stress and difficulties of your high-asset divorce.
What Makes High-Asset Divorce More Difficult?
Divorce is very similar from person to person. However, high wealth often means the following problems will be a major piece of the discussion:
- Complex property division: Professional practices or multiple properties are always going to be very difficult to divide.
- Division of retirement investments: Many people think of their retirement, especially 401(k), as solely theirs; however, community property law in Texas looks at things differently.
- Vacation homes and additional property in divorce: It could be a ranch, could be rental properties. What is their real value? How should it be divided?
Additionally, you’ll also go through the classic concerns of child custody and support issues. There may even be a spousal support agreement – although, under Texas law, that can be very limited.
Perspective And Experience On Unique Divorce Issues
Navigating a high-asset divorce is a complex process, and you deserve thorough, experienced guidance. Our team is at your service. Reach out to us today to learn how our team of attorneys can impact your case. Call 979-431-1268 or send an email to get started.