Houston Property Discovery and Division
Houston Attorneys: What Happens When Property is divided during Divorce?
At Conner & Lindamood, our clients are often successful men and women who are seeking to build a new life after a marriage has ended. We seek to minimize the impact that divorce can have on our clients’ lifestyles and financial profiles.
Financial issues such as alimony are often a source of anxiety for our clients, as are such challenges as preserving business interests and family property. There may be legitimate concerns about protecting assets that one spouse fears may be raided by the other. There may also be allegations that one spouse is hiding assets that should rightfully be subjected to equitable division of marital property.
Discretion and professionalism are the keys to successfully handling any property division. To speak with an Houston High Property Division Divorce Attorney who understands the sensitive nature of your position and who has the experience and reputation you can trust to guide you well, please contact our offices in Houston today. Your initial consultation will be absolutely confidential.
We are Texas divorce attorneys who understand Property Division during Divorce.
Conner & Lindamood is equipped to handle cases involving private assets, separate and community property, and closely held business interests:
- We will act quickly to establish the real value of all assets and property and to make a reliable assessment of what is community property vs. separate property.
- We have the knowledge and experience to conduct a thorough business valuation for clients who own or hold interest in professional partnerships, family corporations and other closely held businesses.
- In additional to being Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, attorneys Thomas Reaves Conner and Steven Paul Lindamood work with independent tax accountants and estate planning professionals who can assist in addressing a full range of complex issues that often arise when individuals divorce.