Ensure Your Marital Debt and Property are Divided Fairly
If you reside in the Greater Austin area or Central Texas and are considering divorce, talk to an attorney at Coldwell Bowes, about your property concerns. We have years of experience protecting the rights of our clients in all property division matters, including complex and high-asset property division involving:
- Business assets and professional practices
- Classification of marital and separate debt obligations
- Retirement accounts and qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO)
- Investment portfolios
- Real estate and other holdings
- Property subject to premarital or postmarital agreements
We Uncover Hidden Assets and Determine the True Value of Property
Hiding assets is a common concern when filing for divorce. We work with experienced financial, valuation, and tracing professionals to help determine the true value of your marital property. We will work toward establishing a solid financial future for you and ensuring that you are not deprived of property that is rightfully yours.
Serving Clients In Austin and Central Texas
Having built a sound reputation for our exceptional client service, responsive representation and successful results, we look forward to helping you protect your property concerns during a divorce. Our team consists of highly trained lawyers and paralegals, and each case receives guidance from our senior partners.
Schedule a consultation by calling 512-472-2040 or use our online contact form. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
Protection of Business Assets and Professional Practices in Divorce
Whether your case requires property appraisals or classification of a business or professional practice as a separate or marital asset, we understand the laws regarding Texas divorce property rights and work with independent professionals in the area of business valuation to make sure your case is clear and well-presented. We dedicate 100 percent of our practice to Central Texas divorce and family law.
We have experience helping individuals with the protection of businesses and professional practices in divorce, including:
- Family-owned businesses
- Medical clinics
- Dental offices
- Law firms
- Accounting firms
- Licensed financial advisers
- Franchise ownership
Is the Business Protected By a Prenuptial Agreement?
Texas laws regarding prenuptial agreements are clear. Both parties receive equal protection under the law. Property contracts between spouses can protect the original value of the business, professional practice, or other separate property, but any increased value or commingled assets may be open to classification as marital assets. Our lawyers have extensive experience in property cases involving prenuptial agreement litigation. If you included your business in a prenup or post-marital agreement, we can advise you on how it might impact your current divorce.
Qualified Experience for Professionals and Small-Business Owners
We have built our reputation on providing exceptional client service, beginning with responsive communication and clear expectations. Please contact Coldwell Bowes, at 512-472-2040 to learn more about how to protect your business or professional practice during divorce in Central Texas. You may also fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
We Have Decades of Experience Handling High Net Worth Divorces
Our attorneys offer more than 20 combined years of experience protecting the rights of our clients in a divorce involving complex property valuation. We work with many of the leading financial professionals including top forensic accountants in Central Texas when preparing our property settlement cases. This includes:
- Assets from family businesses or professional practices
- Retirement accounts like 401(ks), IRAs, Roth IRAs and pensions
- Investment accounts, stock options and other corporate benefits
- Cabins, vacation homes and investment properties
- Luxury cars, motorcycles, boats, yachts, Jet Skis, ATVs, campers and other vehicles
- Memberships to golf clubs, country clubs, resorts and other social venues
- Antiques, family heirlooms, jewelry, collectibles and other high-value items
Prenuptial and Postmarital Agreement Litigation
Prenuptial agreements and post-marital contracts must be signed under a specific set of conditions that protect the rights of both parties. Many divorces in Central Texas require prenuptial contract litigation to determine whether one of the spouses has the right to claim some of the increased value of assets initially protected by a prenuptial agreement — or deny debt obligations covered by the contract. We have extensive experience handling high-asset divorce property and debt settlements and litigation involving prenuptial or postnuptial contracts.
Lawyers With a Reputation for Excellence
No matter the size of your marital estate, we have the experience to help you manage complex property division issues. More importantly, we offer exceptional client service, responsive representation and diligent advocacy to protect your interests throughout the divorce process.
Call us at 512-472-2040 or use our email contact form to schedule a consultation today. Each case receives input and guidance from one of our senior partners; with our team, your case is always in good hands.