ANGLETON: 979-849-8526
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Devoted to Family Law and Criminal Defense Throughout the Houston Area

Protecting Assets During Divorce

The settlement you receive at the time of your divorce will serve as the cornerstone of your finances for years to come. It is essential that your rights and assets are protected so that you can make a successful transition to life after divorce.Scott M. Brown & Associates has successfully represented many high net worth clients during the divorce process. We understand the many issues involved in these cases, such as tracing transformations of separate property into community property, valuing of assets and other matters.

We will work diligently to protect your rights and interests. Call us at 979-849-8526 for a consultation.

Asset And Debt Division During Divorce

Scott M. Brown & Associates has extensive experience in all aspects of property division. We can address your needs in matters involving the valuation and division of:

  • Complex assets
  • Residential real estate, including primary and vacation homes
  • Real estate investment properties
  • Businesses owned before marriage or started during marriage
  • Retirement accounts, including 401(k) accounts, IRAs and pension funds
  • Assets held in trusts
  • Other types of assets found in high-value marital estates

Divorce Litigation For Asset Protection

Our firm’s careful case preparation methods usually put our clients in a strong position to achieve an acceptable settlement through negotiation. If it is necessary, however, we are prepared to assertively represent our clients in litigation.

We will work energetically at all stages of the divorce litigation process to protect your rights and interests. Let Scott M. Brown & Associates stand up for you.

Protecting Business Assets

Divorces involving businesses present special problems. The business must be valued. Any community interest in the business must be accounted for. If the business is to be retained by one spouse, assets must be found to give to the other spouse.

At Scott M. Brown & Associates, our attorneys understand the many legal, financial and practical problems in divorces involving businesses. To assist us, we can call upon a network of business valuation specialists, accountants and consultants to provide guidance on specific issues.

Our firm will work to develop a resolution that is fair and workable and that accurately reflects the true value of the business.

Contact A Lawyer Today

For a consultation with an attorney at Scott M. Brown & Associates about asset protection during divorce, contact our firm today.

We have offices in Angleton, Houston, and Pearland, Texas, to serve you.

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