Complex Property Division
Protecting Your Investments & Personal Interests
In any divorce, one of the most complex issues will be the division of property, assets and debt. Whether you have significant assets, including a family business, or you are concerned about the division of credit card debt or equity in a family home, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can protect your rights. At The Law Office of J. Kevin Clark P.C. in Fort Worth, Texas, we can effectively review your portfolio, assess your income assets and debts, and take appropriate steps to preserve your financial interests.
Dividing Family Assets and Income
At the time of divorce, it is important to remember that there is only so much that can be divided. In short, most people will walk away with less than they had as a family unit. Fortunately, you can protect yourself and ensure that the property you do have is fairly divided. Our lawyers will take the time to review your assets, debts and income. We will apply our knowledge of the law and relevant strategies to protect your interests.
Our Fort Worth complex property division attorneys are experienced with cases involving:
- Business assets
- Division and continuation of closely held corporations
- Division of stock options
- Executive benefits
- Hidden assets
- Agricultural and farm property
- Real estate
- Gas and oil contracts
Complex Cases Involving Hidden Assets
If your spouse is a business owner, runs a private company or works independently, you may be concerned about how to divide business assets as well as hidden or offshore accounts. Our attorneys are experienced in the investigative process and will work with financial experts when necessary who can assist in uncovering hidden assets and protecting your rights.
While most people want to walk away from a divorce in a financially secure position, resolving a case quickly and effectively can become complicated. We will gather as much information up front and work strategically to reach the best possible outcome in your case.
For an initial consultation directly with our Tarrant County business valuation and division attorneys, please call 817-346-6723 or contact us by e-mail. We invite you to take action as soon as possible to protect your rights involving family law or a civil dispute.