Complex Asset Issues & High Net-Worth Divorce Services in Houston, TX
The division of assets and property is usually the most complicated aspect of a divorce, especially in a high-net-worth divorce. While the division of assets is a standard component of any divorce, working with this level of wealth requires extensive and specialized law expertise. With over ten years of experience serving high-profile clients in Texas, Kelly Fritsch offers exceptional knowledge and care to high-net-worth clients.
Complex Asset Division
If you have substantial assets, you need an experienced family law attorney to exhaustively examine all property, arrange its valuation, and negotiate a settlement. It’s essential for your lawyer to accurately value all shared investments. Kelly Fritsch has the experience to guide you through your high net-worth divorce so that all decisions are based on precise information, not emotions.
High Net-Worth Divorce Issues
Kelly Fritsch has expertise in high net-worth divorces, as well as in settling divorce-related issues, such as:
Complex Asset Issues FAQs
Spousal maintenance, commonly referred to as alimony, is allotted to eligible individuals by court order. Some factors considered for eligibility are marriage timeline (a marriage that lasted over 10 years), family violence, and disabilities.
Hiding assets refers to when a spouse transfers their valuable assets to a third party during the divorce. When this occurs, the spouse who attempted fraud loses their credibility in court, leading to detrimental effects on the outcome of the case.
In Texas, all income and property acquired during the marriage is considered community property. As a result, family law courts divide community property based on their judgment. Standard community property includes bank accounts, cars, homes, debts, and savings.