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Austin Complex Property Litigation Attorneys

Austin Texas Property Division Lawyer

Property Division Lawyers in Travis County, Texas

Over the course of a marriage, a couple's finances are almost always woven together tightly. Separating and dividing marital property between spouses in a divorce is often challenging and contentious. With the assistance of a knowledgeable and experienced property litigation attorney, however, you can resolve your property dispute efficiently and retain the assets that are justly yours. At Powers Kerr & Rashidi, PLLC, we have the skill and experience required to effectively handle complex property litigation, including cases involving assets of high value.

Litigating Complex Property Disputes in Texas

When a couple is unwilling or unable to successfully negotiate an amicable property settlement, the matter in dispute must be litigated in the courtroom. Litigation is the longest and most expensive option for resolution of family law issues, but, in some cases, a courtroom contest may be the only option. If you have high-value or complex assets, it is essential to hire a divorce lawyer who is experienced in working with all types of property. Our attorneys have helped countless couples separate and divide complex marital estates, and are skilled at handling property division matters that involve:

  • Real Estate Holdings;
  • Investments;
  • Closely-Held Businesses;
  • QRDOs, Pensions, and 401(k)s;
  • Tax Debts;
  • Inheritance; and
  • Other Uncommon Assets.

Preventing Fraud in Complex Property Litigation

Fraud is an unfortunate component of many contentious divorces involving high-value assets. Some spouses seek to shortchange other spouses by failing to disclose, hiding, or liquidating assets. The attorneys at Powers Kerr & Rashidi, PLLC are experienced in identifying when fraud is a concern and uncovering hidden marital assets. We also assist our clients in obtaining temporary restraining orders (TROs) to prevent their spouses from liquidating assets prior to finalization of the divorce.

We think strategically when it comes to property disputes in divorce cases, with a focus on both the short- and long-term objectives. Our goal is to ensure that your financial future beyond marriage is secure, and that you walk away from divorce with property that is rightfully yours. From obtaining accurate appraisals of your significant assets to securing a final judgment that reflects an appropriate division of your material estate, we will be with you at every step of the way.

To learn more about complex property litigation, contact us online or call 512-610-6199. We will evaluate your situation, discuss your goals for your divorce, and offer reasoned opinions about what you can expect from the divorce process. Although our office is located in Austin, we serve clients throughout Central Texas.

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