Marital Property Division
Dallas-Fort Worth Divorce Attorney David Kohm Can Help Secure a Fair and Equitable Marital Property Division
Are you facing divorce? Our Dallas divorce attorneys know that some major concerns you will need to deal with is the division of marital property you brought into the relationship, along with property acquired during the marriage, and property you inherited during the marriage. If you don’t have a prenuptial agreement then establishing an equitable division can either be easy or difficult. A lot will depend on whether your spouse is self employed, pre-marital assets, real estate partnerships, corporate executive comp packages, stocks or business interests, property inherited or received as a gift or held under trust, and the list goes on.
Although you may be enticed to hurry into a quick agreement to minimize the emotional and economical burdens regarding the divorce process, you may possibly be cheating yourself out of substantial resources or revenue. The discovery of any undisclosed or erroneously characterized assets that will result in being a part of your marital property, or income that could support you and your loved ones can make a substantial improvement on the quality of your life after the divorce process and have a significant impact on your long term future net worth.
Despite the fact that a myriad of challenges comes up in any divorce, your financial situation is going to be one of the most important ones you need to take care of. Appropriate preparation can help you stay clear of financial troubles which come up prior to, throughout, or right after your marriage. No matter where you are in the divorce proceedings, you'll want to protect your financial assets. Working with the Kohm Law Firm, you will surround yourself with a knowledgeable team of professional advisers who use leading-edge tactics pertaining to divorce finances, which will certainly strengthen your chances of an equitable settlement.
Our Attorneys at The Law Offices of David Kohm can help you plan so that you can avoid making costly mistakes that can have a lasting impact on yours and your children's future lives. My staff and I will work closely with you to ensure that all assets (known or unknown) are disclosed and divided properly so that you need not face an uncertain future.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information, it is not intended to provide legal advice as individual situations will differ and should be discussed with a qualified licensed attorney. For specific technical or legal advice on the information provided and related topics, please contact our law firm directly.