Irving Divorce Attorney
Dedicated Counsel for High Asset Divorces
No two divorces are the same, and each couple will have different levels
of wealth and assets that they must fairly divide between themselves when
going their separate ways. For couples that have larger amounts of wealth,
the property division process can be substantially more complex. Dividing
certain types of assets may take additional time as different, specialized
laws and procedures must be followed in order to ensure everything is
For situations like this, it’s extremely important that you have
an Irving divorce lawyer on your side who is familiar with the laws and
codes that must be followed. At
J. Roland Jeter, P.C., we have a substantial amount of experience we can put to work you to
protect your best interests and reach the outcome you desire. We remain
committed to serving our community, and attorney Jeter is known for his
consistently outstanding service throughout the Irving area. We are fully
committed to the highest standards of integrity, legal acumen, and proficiency
in and out of the courtroom, ensuring you obtain the best quality representation
for your case.
Start your case with a
free 30-minute consultation! Call J. Roland Jeter, P.C. at 972.330.4050.
High Asset Divorce Features
While each couple has assets to their name, not all couples own some types
of property that can be more difficult to evenly distribute. The negotiation
process for dividing assets can take a substantial amount of time, and
dividing of some assets can take special procedures, like obtaining a
qualified domestic relations order, in order to come to a conclusion.
High-asset divorces can involve dividing:
- Retirement accounts
- Business assets
- Intellectual property
- Life insurance policies
- Precious works of art
- Investment properties
- Stock options or portfolios
Like the division of regular property, Texas usually only requires that
which is considered “community property” to be divided through
this process. Anything that is individually owned (such as something that
was owned before the marriage) is usually not subject to the division
process and stays in the possession of its original owner.
Need more information about a high asset divorce?
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