Do You Own Valuable Property Or Complex Assets?
With more than a decade of experience in family law, Brandon Wong & Associates is well-equipped to handle divorces involving complex property division. Whether you own or have interest in a successful business, you have an impressive real estate or investment portfolio, or have other assets that fall outside of those typically divided in a Texas divorce, you can be confident with us on your side.
Attorneys at our law firm have been recognized for our strength in handling property division involving substantial marital estates. Members of our team have been named among the Top 50 Family Attorneys by Scene In S.A. magazine, among other honors and awards.
Call our office in San Antonio at 210-201-1630 to learn more about your property rights in a divorce.
We Understand The Nuances Of Complex Property Division
Dividing assets and liabilities is about much more than properly classifying them as separate or community property. All property must be adequately appraised and the right steps must be taken to avoid costly problems down the road.
Property is not classified as separate simply because one spouse’s name is on the deed or title. Community property law considers the nature of the property, when it was acquired and how improvements were made.
We have the knowledge and skill necessary to understand and handle the related special circumstances involving:
- Business valuation, including protecting the business interests, defining the proportionate share owned by the marital estate and compensating the spouse
- Tracing oil and gas mineral rights and interests
- Retirement accounts
- Stocks, deferred compensation and investment portfolios
- Evaluation and disposition of the marital home
- Mortgages and other debts
- Vacation properties or second homes
- Real estate investments
- Vehicles, antiques, jewelry and other valuable assets
- Gifts and inheritance
- Prenuptial or postnuptial agreements
Protect Your Financial Interests | Talk To Brandon Wong & Associates
Trust that your divorce is handled by a law firm that has the necessary legal experience and qualifications to protect your financial interests. Contact our law office at 210-201-1630 to schedule your initial consultation. You may also complete a confidential form online and send us your information.