Complex Property Division

McKinney Complex Property Division Attorney

North Texas Complex Property Division Lawyers

Dividing marital property is rarely an easy thing to accomplish — even when a general spirit of cooperation is present between two spouses. Complex estates, estates comprised of commingled funds, real estate holdings or investments, businesses, and other significant assets can be more difficult to appropriately divide.

Unlike custody or support, property agreements cannot be revisited once a divorce has been finalized. They have to be handled right the first time. Put 49 years of experience with complex property division on your side and contact Loughmiller Higgins P.C. today.

At Loughmiller Higgins, our experience with complex property division and all of its various aspects is just one of the assets that set us apart from others in the DFW Metroplex area. Achieving the clients’ desired results in complex property division begins with thorough preparation and a careful valuation of all of the marital assets, property, and debt, including:

  • Businesses
  • Professional practices (law practices, medical practices, etc.)
  • Houses and vacation properties (domestic and international)
  • Other real estate holdings or investments
  • Retirement accounts and 401ks
  • Employee benefits and pension plans
  • Investment accounts
  • Stock options
  • Secured and unsecured loans

Our attorneys work with professional investigators, real estate and property appraisers, experienced business valuation specialists, forensic accountants, QDRO specialists, and others to obtain a fair and accurate analysis of these and other marital assets. In many marriages, this evaluation will also involve tracing and identifying separate property. In Texas, the property and assets each spouse brought with themselves into the marriage, as well as any gifts, inheritances, or assets purchased with inheritance, gifts or separate property accounts are all considered separate, property and are not divisible by the court.

Once this homework is finished — we can do our job as zealous advocates from a position of strength and confidence.

Taking a New Direction – Contact Us at 972-529-5554

Call our Craig Ranch law offices at the crossroads of McKinney, Frisco, Allen and Plano, Texas directly or e-mail us with a brief description of your situation and property division concerns. Our attorneys accept all major credit cards and offer flexible appointment scheduling for your convenience.