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, L.L.P., 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. Our office is located in downtown Austin, one block south of the Texas State Capitol building.