Helping Couples In Central Texas Divide Complex Assets
The process of dividing property in a high-asset divorce presents couples in Central Texas with unique challenges, especially if assets are complex or require valuation before division. Business holdings, medical practices, pensions and high-stakes investments can all create obstacles that need to be addressed by legal counsel who has the right background to handle the challenge ahead.
The experienced lawyers at Prater & Ridley Attorneys At Law are the perfect choice in high-asset divorce cases. We have extensively studied family law and we understand how it applies to these unique situations. When complex assets are involved, we are ready for the challenge and will tenaciously advocate for resolutions that are in your best interests.
Community Property Laws In Texas
Texas is a community property state, which means any property acquired prior to marriage is considered separate property, while anything acquired during the course of marriage is considered community property. Only community property is divided in a divorce — sometimes unequally. This can create issues for couples with complex assets such as:
- Business holdings
- Medical practices
- Government pensions
- Military retirement accounts
- Stocks and stock options
- Intellectual property rights
- Real estate investments
At Prater & Ridley Attorneys At Law, our family lawyers will put more than 110 years of combined legal experience to work for you, carefully reviewing all your complex assets to make sure they are properly valued and accounted for before heading into the process of dividing property.
Getting Experienced Help To Divide Your Complex Assets
When experience, knowledge and tenacity matter, turn to Prater & Ridley Attorneys At Law. Our team of lawyers has extensive experience in all areas of family law, and co-founding attorney Carol E. Prater is a board-certified family law specialist* who only practices family law.
Our services combine resourcefulness, integrity and dedication to positive outcomes for our clients. Our track record of success includes decades of experience and more than 200 jury trials. We know what’s at stake in high-asset divorce cases and are prepared to fight for our clients’ best interests.
Get Our Help Today
For more information regarding property division or help resolving a complex asset issue, contact Prater & Ridley Attorneys At Law in Temple, Texas.
Initial consultations are available during general office hours from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Evening and weekend appoints are available by special arrangement. Call 254-773-9081 or contact us through our convenient email contact form.
*Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization