Texan residents who are going through a divorce have a lot of hurdles to jump. As a couple with high assets, you will have your own unique battles to face. We at the Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, PC, are here to help you work through these issues with some suggestions on how to handle high asset divorces.
One of the first things you can do to help yourself in a high asset divorce is keep track of all of your assets. The division of assets can get complicated quickly if you have more sources to deal with. If you have inheritances, savings accounts, businesses, fine art, lots of property and other such things, you will need to know exactly how much it is all worth, what is eligible for splitting and what you can keep to yourself. This will save a lot of time and effort later.
Another thing you can do is protect your assets from prying eyes. By sealing files in the court system, it allows only involved parties and the court to view the documents in question. This will keep nosy onlookers from finding out things like your net worth and the type of assets you have, which could potentially be dangerous thing for others to know.
If you are dealing with a high asset divorce and the problems associated therein, consider taking a look at our web page on divorce, linked here. You can learn more about what to expect, the hurdles you may face, and how you can potentially overcome them.