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  • “If you need real people who put you first, Kevin and his team are who you need. I plan on keeping in touch with them in the future. They have become part of my family.” - James H.
  • “Kevin and his team were exceptional! I wouldn't have wanted anyone else handling my case. During a stressful time, it was a great relief to have them in my corner.” - Elizabeth G.
  • “I am so glad I found Kevin because he helped me all the way through a trial!! My now ex-husband was difficult to say the least. Kevin knew how to deal with a crazy narcissist!!” - Donna M.
  • “Kevin and his team helped me though a nasty divorce, they looked out for the best interest of my children and I the entire time. I would highly recommend the Law Firm” - Tom G.
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Divorce For Business Owners — Fort Worth Attorney

Every divorce impacts the parties financially in significant ways. When complex assets are involved, strategic planning becomes incredibly important. If you own a business or professional practice — or have a major stake in any such venture — you definitely need an experienced lawyer to guide you through all aspects of your dissolution and property settlement.

More Than 30 Years Of Experience, Prompt Access To Highly Qualified Valuation Experts

At The Law Office of J. Kevin Clark P.C. in Tarrant County, we have experience protecting the interests of business and commercial property owners, licensed professionals and their spouses in Texas divorce cases. Divorce for business owners and other aspects of complex property division are familiar territory for our legal team.

In essence, you may be confronting two divorces: one that ends your marriage and another that ends a business partnership. Especially after a long-term marriage with a family business involved, it is often necessary to determine which spouse will keep the business and whether a buyout of the other spouse is necessary. Attorney Kevin Clark works extensively with qualified business valuators and other experts in relevant fields to ensure that:

  • You obtain your own solid, accurate business valuation using the right method and timing, which will depend on the type of business, its viability and profitability, and many other factors
  • The divorce approach and strategies we pursue together support your future career and financial goals to the greatest possible extent
  • Other issues associated with divorce and your finances — such as any award of spousal support, debt allocation, asset division and more — are handled effectively in light of how business assets are divided

Contact Us Today To Discuss Strategies For Your Texas High-Asset Divorce

Our firm is a premier legal resource whether you have interests in a medical practice, law practice, manufacturing or technology company, restaurant, service operation or other businesses. To work directly with a lawyer who has the experience and professional associations required to litigate your case effectively if necessary, please schedule a consultation at our firm in Fort Worth today.

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    Serving clients in Ft. Worth, throughout Tarrant County, and greater Texas.

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    Close, interactive, communication ensures alignment with a clients' most important goals.

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    Prompt access to your lawyer from day one addressing your concerns and beyond.

  • Effective Advocacy

    Skilled representation across a wide spectrum of divorce and family law matters.

  • Respected Reputation

    Voted as a "Top Attorney" in Ft Worth Tx: The City's Magazine - by his peers.

  • Trial Experience

    Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1987.

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