Austin Marital Property Division Lawyer


Complex Property Division

In Texas, marital property division is intended to achieve an equitable distribution of property. For legal purposes, marital property is all property that was acquired during the course of the marriage. Several types of property, such as inheritances and some personal injury settlements, are generally exempted from marital property considerations. Marital property division becomes more complex when the marital estate includes substantial property and assets.  Joe has extensive knowledge to protect your rights and your assets as property is divided.

Are you involved in a high asset divorce? Are you interested in divorce asset protection and ensuring that your marital contributions are fully recognized? To arrange your consultation with Newberry Law, P.L.L.C., please contact us today.

Complex Marital Property Division Handled with Experience

Joe will seek assistance from private investigators, forensic accountants and other experts when necessary to protect the interests of his clients. These professionals help establish the origins and value of various assets. Did an account begin as separate property or community property? With help from these experts, Joe can identify how a corporation was set up, when and how a family trust was established, and can identify other key factors involved in complex marital property. Joe regularly handles cases involving complex marital property division for clients whose property, assets and debts include:

  • Businesses such as partnerships, corporations and LLCs
  • Real estate
  • Ranches
  • Cattle and other livestock
  • Oil wells
  • Overseas holdings
  • Securities
  • Executive compensation packages
  • Family trusts
  • Estates
  • Student loans

Joe has represented hundreds of clients with issues surrounding property division and knows how to work with experts to trace assets and prove crucial details about ownership. No matter how complex your marital property division is, Newberry Law, P.L.L.C. is prepared to help you reach a fair and equitable settlement. Contact us today to arrange your consultation.

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