Guiding our clients with honesty and compassion through a difficult time is what drives everyone at Epstein Family Law.
High Net-Worth Divorce Lawyers in Dallas
Assisting Clients with High-Asset Divorce Throughout Collin County
A high net-worth divorce is far more complex than a typical divorce. The process of ending the marriage contract in these cases requires attention to detail and knowledge of how to properly value and divide property. At Epstein Family Law, our founder, Robert Epstein, is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and has a rare breadth of knowledge and legal skill to apply to these important, and potentially life-changing legal matters.
Please contact our skilled high net-worth divorce attorney in Dallas for unsurpassed legal guidance. Call our firm at (972) 232-7673 or contact us online today.
Why Should I Hire an Attorney from Epstein Family Law PC to Represent Me in My High Net-Worth Divorce?
If you are facing a high net-worth divorce, you need to be confident that your divorce attorney is fully dedicated to protecting your rights and interests. When you work with our firm, you will have direct access to your attorney. Robert Epstein has been recognized on numerous occasions by Best Lawyers in Dallas, SuperLawyers, and most recently, listed in Best Lawyers in America. The fundamentals of our practice are found in the core values on which we operate:
- And that critical component in a successful case, drive.
The Legal Protection You Need
Our firm offers the strategic capabilities, creativity, and a personal drive to resolve challenging cases, whether negotiating with the opposing attorney or presenting a compelling case at trial. Any divorce can be a challenging situation, but a high net-worth matter can be more difficult to resolve, especially when assets are disputed. The ideal outcome will be accepted by both parties, but this is not always possible, particularly in an acrimonious split. At Epstein Family Law, we are driven to perform – it is part of our DNA.
If you have concerns about the outcome of your high net-worth divorce, schedule a private meeting with us by calling (972) 232-7673.
Community Property vs. Separate Property in a Texas High Net-Worth Divorce
One of the most concerning factors in a high net-worth divorce is asset protection. Over the duration of a marriage, this can become complex with multiple high-value assets that need to be properly valued and divided.
- Texas is a community property state. Any assets gained during the duration of the marriage are considered community property, and the property of both former marriage partners, with very few exceptions.
- The property owned by each party before the marriage is considered separate property.
What Assets May Need Protection in a High Net-Worth Divorce?
Our approach is professional and strategic, with the goal of protecting the assets of our clients, including but not limited to:
- Real estate investments
- Bank accounts
- Offshore assets
- Business assets
- Stocks, bonds, trusts
- The marital home, vacations homes, other properties
- Retirement accounts
- Valuable art, jewelry, other unique assets
It is a critical component of getting to the best outcome.
This means not only our clients but all other parties and professionals.
We are in the business of truth. Earning your trust is our top priority.
There is no perfect way to do things, but there are right ways. We are conscious driven.
Caring is at our core.
We have the experience of handling a wide range of family law issues, with the knowledge and skill to create a tailored approach to each case. Clients can count on our hustle, drive and determination – they are our commitment to your family, and your financial and future goals.
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