Complex Property

We have the skills and resources to represent divorce clients who own extensive property and other assets. We can handle complicated property division issues, including those dealing with: inheritances, pension plans, stock options, individual retirement accounts (IRAs), 401(k) and other retirement accounts, savings and investment accounts, vacation homes, boats, automobiles, antiques, furs, coins, jewelry, and interests in a family-owned or other closely held business. Couples may also be in significant debt and need to weigh the consequences of declaring bankruptcy.

Complex property division upon divorce and the tax consequences it can present call for the skills of an experienced family lawyer. Contact our firm today to learn how we may help you.

Plano Complex Property Division Attorneys

At Short Law Firm, PC, we understand how difficult a divorce can be when there are complex property issues. It may require the expertise of tax specialists, accountants, real estate professionals, appraisers, financial advisers and other experts. Our attorneys know when to call in an expert on your case. We have access to a network of professionals who are experienced in complex property issues, such as the valuation of small businesses, including sole proprietorships, partnerships and closely held businesses.

While our Texas family law attorneys can offer aggressive representation, we remain sensitive to the unique issues that determine how each case is handled. We actively listen to our clients to thoroughly understand their goals and circumstances. With that knowledge, we work hard to achieve the best possible results. A Texas marital property attorney at our firm will take a positive, helpful and energetic approach in assisting you through the property division process.

When your divorce includes complex property matters or involves debt issues, contact an experienced Plano property division lawyer at Short Law Firm, PC, today.