High-Asset Divorce and Complex Property Division in Austin, Texas

At the Vaught Law Firm, we use detailed analytical techniques, piercing investigation strategies and proven legal skills to offer effective representation in high-asset divorce situations. Our clients work directly with Jimmy Vaught — a Texas family law attorney with more than 30 years of legal experience — and his associates Erin Leake and Jason Wright, at all stages of their divorce. We closely scrutinize high net worth divorces and work with a network of forensic accounting experts to accurately value all assets involved. Our services are beneficial to anyone facing a high-asset divorce, including:

We are also especially well-equipped to help those facing high-asset situations specific to Austin and Texas; this includes those who have accumulated wealth in the form of stock options while working in the technology industry in Austin, or who have amassed assets due to oil, gas and mineral rights throughout Texas.

A Firm With the Resources to Handle All High-Asset Divorces

We offer tremendous experience in high-asset divorce cases that involve complex property and debt division issues, including:

  • Business valuations and division, including closely held companies
  • Valuation and division of unusual assets like intellectual property
  • Real property valuations and division
  • Separate property disputes requiring tracing
  • High-earner child support disputes
  • Self-employment income that may vary, unlike a salary
  • Division of retirement accounts and benefits
  • Division of investment assets, including stock options
  • Valuation and division of valuable assets such as jewelry, trusts, artwork, and livestock

At the Vaught Law Firm, our lawyers take pride in always providing personalized legal services of the highest quality.

Contact Us About High-Asset Property Division

Call us at 512-342-9980 or contact us by e-mail to schedule a confidential consultation with a lawyer in our Austin office.

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