Austin TX High-Asset Divorce Attorneys
You Can Divide Your Assets Favorably, Yet Fairly
Looking for an experienced attorney who can handle divorce cases involving larger assets including properties, retirement, and investment accounts? Turn to the Law Office of Nikki Hudman.
One of your biggest concerns in your divorce is how to divide your property and assets with your soon-to-be-former spouse. Texas is a community property state, so any assets acquired during the marriage are eligible to be divided between yourself and your former partner.
There are certain situations where specific assets may be considered individual or separate property, such as an inheritance.
Is there a way to do this equitably, yet protect your own financial interests? There is.
You can work with a skilled divorce attorney like Nikki Hudman at Law Office of Nikki Hudman. As a Board Certified family law attorney, she has helped countless high net worth individuals with their divorces in Austin and throughout the state of Texas.
What Will I Have To Split In My Divorce?
Almost any marital property is up for division in a divorce. Marital property is any asset that you acquired once you and your spouse legally married, with a few exceptions like inheritances and gifts.
The marital property you may have to divide could include:
- Retirement accounts
- Investments, stocks, bonds, stock options
- Real estate – homes, land, and investment properties
- Business assets and debts
- Professional practices
- Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc)
We work with financial specialists to determine the value of your assets and debts.
We can help you determine separate property from marital property. Then, we will work with you and your spouse to advocate for a satisfactory property division arrangement.
We Are Prepared For Trial If Necessary
At Law Office of Nikki Hudman, we find that we can help our clients resolve their property division needs out of court.
However, Ms. Hudman is also a battle-tested trial attorney who has won numerous favorable verdicts at court. If you do not reach the outcome you desire through alternative divorce methods, then we will go to trial to fight for you.
Discuss How To Divide Your Assets
Contact our law firm to schedule a consultation. There, you can talk more about your property division arrangement and how it may affect your future. To make your consultation, send our firm an email or call us at (512) 827-8529.