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Protecting Your Rights And Assets

The property settlement you receive will form the foundation of your finances for many years to come. It is critical, then, to obtain a fair division of community assets and liabilities.

At Scott M. Brown & Associates, we work hard to maximize the marital assets our clients receive, while minimizing the marital debts they take on. In our adversarial system, this is a challenging task. We base our clients’ positions on facts, obtaining advice and insights from expert professionals such as appraisers, business valuation specialists and forensic accountants when necessary. Scott M. Brown & Associates will work diligently to protect your assets and interests at every stage of the legal process.

Contact us today for a consultation with our experienced Angleton asset division attorneys.

The Property Division Process

During divorce, both community assets and debts must be identified, valued and divided. The longer a marriage has lasted, the more difficult this process usually is. Over time, separate property (that which you bring into the marriage, plus inheritances and some gifts) can merge with community property (that which you and your spouse have acquired during marriage).

Our lawyers have extensive experience tracing the origin of assets and their transformation into community property. We will work hard to form a true and accurate picture of your property and debt situation to achieve a fair division of community assets and liabilities.

Experienced In Complex Property Division Cases

Scott M. Brown & Associates has successfully represented many clients in high net worth divorces and divorces involving businesses and professional practices. We will work with experts in appropriate disciplines to fairly value your community assets and liabilities. Armed with this information, our attorneys will seek to negotiate a good settlement. If necessary, we will be prepared to undertake aggressive litigation to protect your rights and interests.

Contact A Brazoria County Property Division Attorney

For a consultation about a property division case, contact Scott M. Brown & Associates. We have offices in Angleton, Houston and Pearland, Texas, to serve you.


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