Going through a divorce is hard enough on
you and your family. Some divorce cases present more complex financial issues than others. If you or your spouse owns a business, it’s likely that the family business may be one of the most valuable assets of the marriage.
Additionally, we often find that in long-term marriages, the parties have typically accumulated substantial assets, from real estate to investment accounts, and these assets are often extensive and intertwined. By the time spouses have reached age 50, either or both spouses may have received an inheritance from a passing relative and that inheritance may have been used for marital purposes or intermingled with marital funds.
Texas is a community property state, which means that all assets are assumed to be jointly owned by the spouses on the date of divorce. When questions about real estate, retirement accounts, stocks, social security, health insurance, and other related matters are in play, it is important that you consult with an attorney who is experienced in dealing with these issues. When results matter, Rob Musemeche is the right lawyer.
At Musemeche Law, P.C., we are equipped to handle the complex financial issues of divorce. We work closely with business appraisers, accountants, forensic experts, and financial advisers, including certified divorce financial analysts, to help our clients obtain the best possible results under difficult circumstances.