Resolving Divorce And Complex Property Division

A sizable estate does not necessarily mean a drawn-out divorce battle. But divorces involving complex assets do defy a simple 50-50 division. These cases typically require the involvement of numerous outside professionals to value the estate and sort out the distribution.

At the law firm of Snyder & Snyder, we have much of that expertise in-house. Our attorneys are highly credentialed in tax law and accounting, and well-versed in all facets of business and real estate law. We can confidently address high-asset divorce and other complicating factors to reach a fair arrangement that reflects your priorities and protects your financial health.

We handle select divorce and family law cases in Plano, Frisco and surrounding communities of Collin County and Dallas County. From pre-divorce planning and uncontested dissolution to courtroom litigation, we are committed to attentive client service and protecting your best interests.

Asset Division In A Community Property State

Our clients include business owners, corporate executives, real estate investors, licensed professionals, pro athletes and other high earners. We also represent spouses seeking their fair share in high net worth divorces.

We can knowledgeably address the key considerations that arise in complex estates, including:

  • Possession or disposition of the marital residence
  • Vacation property or investment real estate
  • Deferred compensation (stock options)
  • Valuation of closely held businesses
  • Pensions and retirement accounts
  • Division of joint debts
  • Partnership buy-sell agreements (buyout clauses)
  • Separate property
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Joint conservatorship (parenting responsibilities)
  • Child support and spousal support
  • Post-divorce revision of wills and powers of attorney

These are just a sample of the issues that may be involved in dissolving your marriage and splitting the estate. High-asset divorce typically involves creative tradeoffs to achieve the necessary balance for a court to sign off on the property settlement. In or out of court, our lawyers will help you identify and protect what is most important to you.

The Right Background To Protect Your Interests

Handling a complex divorce is a natural extension of our legal services, as we regularly counsel high net worth clients in their business, real estate and tax matters. Call our Plano, Texas, office at 972-702-9700 or contact us online to tell us about your situation.