Complex Property Division

Dividing assets and liabilities in divorce is a complicated process for any couple. It's especially challenging, however, when a married couple has accumulated substantial assets.

If a divorcing couple jointly owns a second home, investment property, a family-owned business or other illiquid assets, it is smart to rely on an experienced divorce attorney to protect financial interests regarding property division, child support and spousal support.

The law firm of Lisa E. McKnight, P.C., in Dallas, Texas, has extensive experience handling high net worth divorce cases. We collaborate with a team of competent experts, including those experienced in business valuation and asset location. We work with these experienced professionals to successfully locate hidden assets, offshore accounts and other investments or valued property.

We have the experience and the network of specialists who can tackle the legal and financial questions, as well as the skill to forge a settlement in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Even in these complicated cases we often are able to resolve matters during negotiations. When a fair settlement cannot be reached, however, Ms. McKnight is a trial-tested lawyer who is always prepared to litigate if it's in her client's best interest.

Community And Separate Property In Texas Divorce

In the more than 24 years that our firm has represented individuals in family law matters, we have represented numerous high net worth individuals such as physicians, lawyers, corporate executives, and owners and partners of closely held businesses. Our high-asset clients also include teachers, law enforcement personnel and others who have attained high incomes and accumulated substantial pensions in their careers. We also have represented numerous spouses of high earners.

Our legal team is thoroughly knowledgeable about the complex considerations that are common in high-asset divorce such as:

We are also sensitive to our high net worth clients' desire for privacy. We work to avoid public proceedings and to keep the details of settlements confidential. We also work to ensure that a divorce does not have an adverse impact on our client's business, professional practice or career.

For more information, or to speak with someone from our experienced legal team, call 214-528-4191 or reach us toll free at 866-586-5149, or use the contact form on this website to tell us more about your situation.