Complex Property & High Net-Worth Asset Division
Procuring Proper Valuation & Distribution of Assets
In high net-worth divorces, determining the value of your assets requires formal appraisals and valuations done by experts. Alexandra Geczi PLLC works with a team of professionals to advise our clients:
- Pension Valuation Experts
- Business Valuation Experts
- Financial Advisors
- Real Estate Experts
We also consult accountants to help us determine tax implications for dividing certain assets, such as retirement accounts, investment portfolios, and stock options. We will do everything in our power to protect your interests.
Fighting For Your Assets
Our team of attorneys at Alexandra Geczi PLLC have years of experience in property divisions. We’ve worked on cases including:
- Multiple real estate investments
- Pension plans
- Retirement plans
- Compensation packages that include stock options, LTIPs, PEPs, and deferred compensation
- Family trusts
- Intellectual property
- Patents and royalties
- Separate property interests and reimbursement claims
- Business partnerships
We want to support you through every step of this complex process. We also offer divorce planning services in addition to divorce representation. Divorce planning can be a worthwhile investment in your future when complex property division is at stake in a divorce. Our divorce planning and marriage exit strategy sessions set us apart from other law firms. We explore your options and collaborate with you to devise the best strategies for protecting your assets in divorce.
Understanding the differences between community property and separate property, as well as when you may need a Qualified Domestic Relations Order in a Texas divorce, can be crucial to you getting your fair share of the marital estate. We want to help clients identify assets and figure out which are separate and which are marital. The legal steps we take today will affect your future.
Separate property is not divided during divorce, as these are assets usually owned prior to marriage, inherited or received as a gift. High net-worth estates must trace separate property to prove that the assets should not be included as community property.
We’re here to protect what’s yours and we want to help you divide your assets fairly to ensure you and your family are provided for now and for the future. A high net-worth divorce is typically long and involves lots of contest over community property, but we are here every step of the way. Our experienced divorce attorneys are rated among the best divorce lawyers in Dallas. Make us a part of your team and call us today to get started.