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Houston High Assets in Collaborative Divorce

The Advantages of Dividing High Assets in Collaborative Divorce

When valuable assets are involved in a divorce, the arguments over division can become a bitter battle. While many divorces involving significant finances and property can only be resolved in the courtroom, Collaborative Divorce provides an opportunity to find common ground in a more cooperative and transparent setting.

Texas-based family law attorney Wendy Wood, the founder of our firm, strongly believes that the Collaborative Divorce process has advantages over courtroom litigation for those looking to protect not only their assets, but also their privacy.

Take control of a complicated legal process and seek more creative solutions to resolving a divorce that involves high assets, contact us at 713-893-1882.

A Bryan High Asset Divorce Lawyer Helping You in a Collaborative Process

Litigating in a courtroom brings your high asset divorce into the public record. While maintaining privacy is important to you, the confidentiality that the Collaborative Divorce process provides spares your children from that level of exposure and embarrassment.

At the Law Offices of Wendy Wood, we help all families resolve disputes with dignity. The collaborative process begins by establishing ground rules, which starts with a commitment between both you and your spouse not to go to court unless you are dissatisfied with the process or an impasse prevents an agreement. Parties agree to conduct themselves with respect and provide full disclosure of financial data.

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For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding Collaborative Divorce and how it can help you take control of significant and complex property division, please contact us.

 

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