Complex Property Division

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Complex Property Division in Dallas

Helping Clients in Collin, Tarrant, & Denton Counties Divide Property After Divorce

property division after divorce

When a marriage ends, the issue of property division is one of the most critical – and often the most contentious – matters to resolve. The more assets accrued over the duration of the marriage the more complex the issue of property division becomes. 

Are you in the process of dividing your property and assets after filing for divorce? Contact our Dallas complex property division attorneys for thorough guidance and aggressive legal representation today.

What is Considered Community Property in TX?

Texas is a community property state, with the assets you owned before your marriage considered separate property, and the assets gained over those years considered community property. Property division, in many cases, is not a simple equation. 

Financial Experts & Business Valuation Experts 

Business assets, retirement accounts, pensions, real estate, and other assets all must be valued to determine the increase in value over the years of the marriage. Our resources include financial experts and business valuation experts that can identify and true and current value of marital assets in order to propose strategic solutions for property division.

Does Property Division Always Have to be Done in Court?

At Epstein Family Law, we take a very energetic, driven approach to complex property division, with the best interests of our clients the basis for every action. Ideally, the property division issues can be resolved out of court. This approach generally leads to an agreement that is acceptable to both parties. Some divorcing couples, however, are unable to resolve the critical matters in a divorce outside of court. You need to be confident that your Dallas property division lawyer is a skilled negotiator and a talented litigator should your case need to go to court for resolution. 

Protect Your Assets with Strategic Property Division

When going through a divorce, one of the most important aspects to consider is the division of property. At Epstein Family Law PC, we understand that property division can be a complex and emotionally charged process. Our experienced attorneys are here to guide you through the process and help you protect your assets.

With our strategic approach to property division, we aim to achieve a fair and equitable distribution of assets. We take into account factors such as the value of the assets, the contributions of each spouse, and any special circumstances that may affect the division. Our goal is to ensure that you receive your fair share and that your financial future is secure.

Benefits of choosing Epstein Family Law for complex property division:

  • Expertise in handling complex property division cases
  • Extensive knowledge of Texas property division laws
  • Access to financial experts and business valuation experts
  • Ability to negotiate favorable settlements
  • Experience representing high net-worth individuals

Don't leave your financial future to chance. Contact Epstein Family Law PC today to schedule a consultation and learn how we can protect your assets during the property division process.

Division of Property for High Net-Worth Individuals 

The types of property division matters that require a higher level of legal representation often have the following types of assets:

  • Retirement accounts, pension funds, military pensions
  • Real estate 
  • Business assets and investments
  • Investment accounts, stocks, bonds, offshore accounts
  • Valuable property (works of art, jewelry, etc.)

High net-worth divorces require the help of a skilled attorney in order to ensure property and debts are fairly divided per Texas’s community property laws. In these cases, we will base out legal strategy around your best interests and devise a solid legal plan to protect your finances, business interests, and other heard-earned assets. 

Commonly Asked Questions

How is property division handled in Dallas, TX?

In Dallas, TX, property division is handled according to Texas community property laws. This means that assets acquired during the marriage are generally considered community property and subject to division. However, there are exceptions for separate property, such as assets owned before the marriage or acquired through inheritance or gift.

What happens if we can't agree on property division?

If you and your spouse are unable to reach an agreement on property division, the court will make the decision for you. The judge will consider the relevant factors and make a determination based on what is fair and equitable. It's important to have a skilled attorney who can present your case effectively in court.

How are debts divided in property division?

In property division, debts are also considered and divided between the spouses. Just like assets, community debts are generally divided equally. However, the court may take into account factors such as each spouse's ability to pay and who benefited from the debt when making the division.

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Why Choose Epstein Family Law for Complex Property Division?

When you are represented by our firm, you will have direct access to your attorney. We go above and beyond to protect the rights and interests of the people we represent. Beyond our personal dedication to our clients, no case is too big or too complicated for us, and we have a rare level of strategic capabilities and creativity, coupled with an intense drive that allows us to resolve challenging cases in and out of court. Our founding attorney, Robert Epstein is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and has been recognized for his legal talents by Best Lawyers in Dallas, SuperLawyers, and recently, Best Lawyers in America.

Contact us online or call (972) 232-7673 to speak with us about your complex property division case, or to review a proposed agreement.


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