Cory Clements and Ashton Anderson

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Abilene Lawyers For High-Asset Divorce And Child Custody

Our family law attorneys at AndersonClements, PLLC, in Abilene, provide counsel and advice for Texans who are navigating high net worth divorces and complicated child custody matters. If you need a high-asset divorce attorney who can navigate complicated property and asset divisions, our legal team uses more than 30 years of combined experience to provide legal support, assist with negotiations and advocate for your rights.

Divorce is especially hard on children. Whether your divorce is amicable or contentious, our family law attorneys can also provide legal counsel and advice for child custody and support issues.

Property Division And Spousal Support In High Net Worth Divorce

In the state of Texas, property division in a divorce requires that community or marital property be divided equitably between both parties. When there are significant resources, property and assets that have to be divided in a divorce, tensions can rise. The value of assets can be contested and disagreements can develop over what’s fair.

Our lawyers also practice bankruptcy and help clients with estate planning. These areas give them the necessary knowledge and experience to guide you through financial valuations and advocate for your rights and best interests. They have resolved all types of complex cases involving financial issues, assets and wealth. Every case is unique, and if one spouse stayed home to raise children, our attorneys can also help you navigate issues with spousal maintenance.

Child Custody And Support In Texas

In the state of Texas, the family courts will always consider child custody matters from the perspective of what is in the best interests of the child. Parents are usually expected to share physical custody, called conservatorship in Texas, and have joint legal custody, where both parents are involved in making decisions on behalf of the child. Courts will typically designate a custodial and a non-custodial parent and establish a visitation or parenting time schedule for the children. However, if there are specific circumstances the court may award sole physical or legal custody to one parent or the other if it protects the best interest of the child.

We help clients with:

  • Negotiating and establishing child custody
  • Establishing visitation schedules
  • Requesting a modification of a visitation schedule
  • Establishing child support based on child custody
  • Seeking modifications of child support
  • Requesting a relocation in a post-decree modification

Child support is typically calculated with guidelines established in the Texas Family Code. Either party can request modifications to deviate from the guidelines. We help parents negotiate child support and seek post-decree modifications of child support in the event financial circumstances change significantly.

Contact A High-Asset Divorce Attorney Today

Our divorce lawyers offer a free initial consultation to discuss your specific facts and circumstances and answer any of your questions. To schedule a consultation, contact our firm by sending an inquiry through our website or by calling our office at 325-899-3638.