Fort Bend County High Net Worth Divorce Attorney
Protect Your Rights & Assets
A divorce is generally an emotional and stressful experience. When the individuals involved have substantial assets – such as business interests, property, and stock accounts – there are often complex financial issues that must be resolved. The division of property is frequently a subject of dispute. When there is a disagreement over what is non-marital property and what is marital property, emotions can run high. An experienced Fort Bend County divorce lawyer at our firm brings practical and common-sense solutions to calm the situation and prevent the cost of your divorce from spiraling to astronomical proportions
If you are a high net worth individual facing divorce, contact Jamie Jordan, PLLC at 281-378-7539 for a free consultation.
Effectively Dividing Assets
One of the most sensitive areas in a high net worth divorce is the determination of what assets are individually owned and what are not; for example, a business owned by one party before the marriage 18 years ago, but both parties worked in the business during the marriage causing it to expand. We call in financial experts to trace the value of the business at the time of the marriage and determine the change in value since.
Many assets can become the subject of dispute, such as:
- A second home or other real estate
- Retirement accounts and pension plans
- Deferred compensation
- Employee stock ownership plan
- Profit sharing plans
- Closely held businesses
- Inheritances or gifts which have since commingled with marital assets
- Property with tax consequences
In using respected professionals to establish the value and trace the marital assets, your legal options can be more clearly understood. Our Fort Bend County divorce attorney works toward an equitable settlement that protects your rights and your financial future and ensures you get the assets you deserve.
Retain Jamie Jordan, PLLC
You probably have many years invested in creating your business or acquiring other assets. You need an attorney who will work with you to protect your interest in these assets. Attorney Jamie Jordan can explain your rights and help you safeguard your future.
Get in touch with us today by calling 281-378-7539 .