Plano and Frisco Divorce Attorneys
Bringing a Team of Financial and Legal Experts to the Division of Marital Property in High Asset Divorce Cases
In a divorce involving significant and complex assets, it’s imperative to include experts on the legal team. We represent business owners, executives, celebrity sports figures, and families with significant wealth. Our Frisco divorce attorneys are prepared with a team of tax and financial experts who work with us to ensure your property division is accomplished with precision. For example:
“One of the many strengths of Albin Oldner Law, PLLC is the services they provide as a one-stop shop for various legal needs that invariably arise. Their superior and knowledgeable support staff makes it possible to receive exceptional services for a very reasonable cost.”— Betsy Wilson, Family Law Client
- In divorces involving ownership of a business, we will review whether there is a marital interest in the business as an asset (a prenuptial agreement could prevent the division of a business), a company agreement or buy-sell agreement that could affect the asset and interests of each spouse and if a business valuation will be needed to ensure each spouse receives a fair share. We bring a business valuator to the table.
- When dividing retirement and pension plans – which require complex calculations of what is part is separate and what part is joint, and which may require special document filings in order to avoid triggering a taxable event – we work with attorneys and accounts who specialize in retirement accounts.
- When clients seek to balance the division of marital property with spousal support (which partners can negotiate between themselves in divorce mediation even if a court would not order it), we bring in a tax accountant. We want to ensure the distribution is fair and that all tax consequences have been considered.
- When one (or both) of the partners has a complex executive compensation package that includes not only a salary, but also annual and long-term financial incentives, stock options, severance packages and other perks, identifying what is “shared” and what is separate – and the tax consequences of that – may require the help of a tax attorney or one of our qualified business attorneys.
Offering Clients Privacy and Discretion
Our high-asset clientele value their privacy. When you work with our firm, we can assure you that we make every effort to keep information about your divorce from the public view. One option for maintaining the privacy of your settlement agreement is divorce mediation. The results of mediation are not a matter of public record.
Mediation can work well even in high-asset divorce cases. Much of the work will be done in advance by the various financial professionals so you will have all the information at your fingertips at the time of the mediation session. With proper support and full information, clients can often arrive at satisfactory property settlement agreements.
Our business clients know the value of a dollar. They appreciate that our legal team works hard to minimize legal fees. In one high-asset divorce case that our firm recently mediated, one of the client’s had $80,000 in attorney’s fees. If they had worked with us, their fees would have been $30,000. That’s the difference between a big Dallas law firm and an equally skilled local firm in Plano, TX.
Meet with a Divorce Lawyer Serving Frisco, McKinney, Plano and Allen, TX
Schedule a time to meet with one of our Frisco property division lawyers. We think you’ll enjoy the comfortable, informal atmosphere of our office, and find our lawyers easy to talk to, and ready to explain your legal rights and options. Call Albin Oldner Law, PLLC at (214) 225-9138 or contact us online.