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When Property Division Is a Sticking Point During Divorce

 Posted on October 12, 2023 in Complex Property Litigation

TX divorce lawyerIf you are in the middle of a Texas divorce, legal issues related to real estate can make for a tricky situation that can lead to complex property litigation. Perhaps you and your soon-to-be ex are currently in disagreement, and you are thinking about taking legal steps. At Powers Kerr & Rashidi, PLLC we have been dealing with these types of situations for a long time. A Texas complex property litigation attorney can try to make sure you get a fair share of what you own. 

What Is Considered Complex Property Litigation?

Complex property litigation involves multiple parties, unusual challenges, and one in which the stakes are high which can turn into a fiery courtroom battle during a divorce. When a couple cannot agree on how to fairly divide their valuable assets, such as real estate, investments, businesses, retirement accounts, or even unusual items, it often leads to a legal showdown in court. This process can be lengthy and costly, making it essential to have an experienced divorce attorney by your side. A lawyer specializing in navigating the intricate legal landscape of property division can ensure that you receive your rightful share. Whether you are dealing with intricate financial matters or unique assets, having a skilled Texas complex property litigation divorce attorney can make all the difference in achieving a fair outcome in your divorce.

What If I Suspect There Are Hidden Assets?

In many high-stakes divorce cases, some spouses try to unfairly cheat their partners by not being honest about money and property. They might hide assets or sell them secretly. You need a skilled attorney who has experience recognizing when fraud is a concern and finding hidden assets that belong to both spouses. We can help our clients get temporary orders that stop their spouses from selling assets while the divorce is ongoing. Our aim is to make sure the financial future of our client is secure after the divorce and that you get your fair share of property. This involves everything from accurate appraisals of your assets to making sure the final divorce judgment divides your belongings fairly.

When Does It Make Sense to Go to Court?

When a couple cannot agree on how to fairly divide their property during a divorce, they may have to go to court for a legal solution. Going to court is the longest and most expensive way to solve family law problems, but sometimes, it is the only choice. If you have a lot of valuable assets, it is crucial to hire a divorce lawyer who knows how to deal with all kinds of property issues including the following:

  • Real estate such as houses and land
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Small and private companies
  • Retirement accounts such as pensions, and 401(k)s
  • Money owed to the government
  • Money or property you got from someone who passed away

Schedule a Private Consultation with a Travis County, TX Complex Property Litigation Lawyer

At Powers Kerr & Rashidi, PLLC, we have seen people end up in legal disputes over real estate for various reasons. If you and your spouse cannot agree on anything, you need an Austin, TX complex property litigation attorney who can ensure that your financial future is secure and that you get what is rightfully yours after the divorce. Call 512-610-6199 for a private consultation.

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