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Division of Valuable Assets

Representing High Net-Worth Individuals

When a high-asset couple divorces, property division often becomes a harshly contested issue. To ensure that your assets are protected during the divorce, it is best to work with a divorce attorney who is experienced with valuable asset division.

The attorneys at the Law Office of Gary L. Nickelson each have more than a decade of experience focusing solely on family law and some have as many as three decades. Founding attorney Gary L. Nickelson is board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. You can trust our firm's knowledge and experience in all areas of family law, including the division of valuable assets. To arrange an appointment, please call 817-735-4000 or contact us online.

Valuing Your Assets

Property division of a high net-worth estate is a complex process. One of the most crucial steps is the valuation of the couple's personal and real property, as well as their financial assets. Some estates include unique assets such as oil and gas rights, livestock, breeding rights or business holdings. In these cases, your attorney must understand how to value these types of assets.

We work with financial experts, as well as any other experts necessary to your case. That may be a geologist, vet, financial analyst, engineer, art or jewelry appraiser, real estate appraiser or business valuation expert. In addition, we will help you consider the tax consequences of each asset and how its division will affect your tax liability.

The firm can assist you with the division of such valuable assets as:

  • Stocks and bonds
  • Agriculture and livestock
  • Breeding stock and frozen semen
  • Farm property and ranch property
  • Commercial and residential real estate holdings
  • Jewelry and art
  • High-end furnishings
  • Expensive vehicles
  • Antiques

Fort Worth Marital Asset Division Lawyers

If your marital property includes other types of assets, we can assist you with complex community property division. Learn more today about how we can help you with your asset division needs.

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