Division of Valuable Assets Attorney

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Dividing valuable assets during a divorce can be difficult not only because of the value involved, but also because people often develop attachments to these possessions. These assets can be things such as a unique piece of artwork, a beloved sports car or an heirloom collection of coins. No matter what assets are involved, you need the guidance of a seasoned attorney to ensure that you receive your fair share of the marital property.

Led by attorney Wayne Ward, we give clients the personal attention they need when facing a difficult divorce. Mr. Ward is certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and he uses his immense knowledge of family law to help clients resolve their divorce-related issues and get a fresh start in life.

Types Of Valuable Assets

Although valuable assets have many different forms, some of those that are most commonly at issue in divorces include:

  • Business interests
  • Real estate
  • Trusts
  • Artwork
  • Coin collections
  • Gold, silver, platinum and other precious metals
  • Livestock

Mr. Ward can use his refined negotiation techniques and advanced legal knowledge to help you get the assets you deserve. His ability to work with valuable property is bolstered by his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree and his continued work with high-asset and complex divorces.

I was caught off-guard and forced into a very difficult situation by my ex-husband, but Wayne Ward handled the case with a perfect blend of urgency and care. His deep knowledge of family laws, current trending in court rulings, the Tarrant County court system and the relationships he has built over the years were clear differentiators in my case. He also has a heavy dose of empathy, which helped him be flexible to my circumstances when I needed it. There are not many like Wayne out there.

- J.R.B.

Contact A Tarrant County Division Of Valuable Assets Law Firm

Conveniently located just 10 blocks from the Tarrant County Courthouse, we provide you with the personal attention you need when facing a difficult legal situation. Call 817-984-4610, toll free 877-713-7202, or contact the Law Office of V. Wayne Ward online to schedule an initial consultation with a division of valuable assets lawyer in Fort Worth.

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