Help For Divorcing Texans With High Assets, Properties, Retirement Accounts And More
For decades, the Law Thompson, P.C., law firm has aggressively and successfully defended its clients’ ownership of significant marital assets, financial holdings and property during high net worth divorces.
Our founder, attorney Travis Thompson, has compiled a substantial track record of success on behalf of executive and business owner clients in the Greater Houston area, including the Woodlands, Texas, and Montgomery County.
Travis Thompson’s 30+ years of experience benefit producers of wealth in pension, retirement assets, stocks and bonds contexts, and business owners seeking valuation of closely held Texas family businesses. Mr. Thompson is also a certified family law specialist — an honor bestowed only to a small fraction of attorneys.
Skilled At Dividing A Wide Array Of Assets
Texas is a community property state. The Court in a Texas Divorce is required to approve or make a “just and right” division of the parties’ community estate. A just and right division will sometimes be 50/50 – but not always. In appropriate cases, a just and right division could include a 55/45 or 60/40 or other disproportionate division of the estate in favor of one spouse against the other. Determining what property is community property and what property is separate property is a part of the divorce process, which can become complicated in higher asset cases.
As your lawyer, Travis Thompson delivers detailed examination of community property, shared property, separate property and asset valuations affecting:
- Real estate, including primary, secondary, vacation and retirement residences
- Retirement plans and accounts (for instance 401(k) plans, IRAs, pension plans, etc.)
- Motor vehicles
- Cash bank accounts (checking accounts, savings accounts, PayPal accounts, Zelle and Cash App accounts, etc.)
- Brokerage accounts, stocks, and bonds (including cryptocurrency)
- Intellectual property (copyrights, patents, etc.)
- Business Interest (including sole proprietorships, limited partnerships, family corporations)
- Deferred income
- Offshore assets
- Club memberships and travel awards
- Collectibles, heirlooms, memorabilia and antiques
- Furnishings, personal effects, and other personal property
Additionally, marital debt will need to be assessed and divided per Texas community property division laws.
Law Thompson, P.C. works hard for a favorable asset division outcome that leaves you in possession of a share of everything that is rightfully yours. During this journey through the legal process, you receive the very best of our one-on-one personal service that addresses every question and concern.
We are also mindful of the tax considerations that may accompany property division. We will discuss your specific options and help you make decisions that can positively impact your financial situation.
Are you divorcing a high-income spouse? Are you worried about the fate of material possessions accumulated during your marriage? For quality divorce representation that preserves your investment in your marriage, come to Law Thompson, P.C.
Helping You Through The Difficult Decisions — Contact Law Thompson, P.C.
We represent clients in Harris County, Montgomery County, and surrounding counties.