Fort Worth Attorney Expertly Handling Complex Property Division

Divorce is already a complicated process. When complex property division is a factor, however, it can become even more intricate and time-consuming. To ensure that your complex property issues are properly resolved, you need the assistance of someone who is both a skilled attorney and a knowledgeable financial analyst.

I am Fort Worth attorney Wayne Ward. I have successfully helped thousands of clients throughout my 30-plus years of legal practice. In addition, I hold an MBA—I know how to thoroughly analyze property and find undisclosed assets. The insightful and custom-tailored assessment that I provide will be shaped by these skills from both my legal and business background.

Complex Property Division In Texas

One of the most common issues related to complex property division in Texas is the issue of value. If one spouse believes the property or asset has a certain value and the other spouse disputes that value, the parties will either have to come to some agreement as to the value or have a judge make a determination for them. This process can drag out and make a divorce increasingly expensive, so it is vital that you have an attorney such as myself who will keep the process moving as efficiently as possible.
Specific topics that are commonly involved in complex property division and valuation issues include:

I can help you understand how these and other concepts will impact your divorce. I will explain all of your legal options, and remain dedicated to helping you solve your problems and get a fresh start in life.

From a referring attorney:
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Contact My Law Firm to Discuss Your Complex Property Division Needs

I will provide you with the personal attention you need when crafting complex property division agreements that ensure you get the property you are entitled to. Call 817-789-4436 or contact me online to schedule an initial consultation. My Fort Worth law firm is conveniently located just 10 blocks from the Tarrant County Courthouse.
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