Asset Evaluation during Divorce for Large Marital Estates
Divorce is almost never easy, and can become even more difficult to deal with and finalize when a couple is trying to divide a large marital estate. In these situations, it is often necessary to first have an asset evaluation conducted to determine the value of all the major assets a couple has. This allows for a more comprehensive and easier property division process in most cases.
At Holmes, Diggs, Eames & Sadler, we know that many people in Houston become confused by the asset evaluation and property division process. Fortunately, with the help of a skilled and knowledgeable lawyer, many couples are more easily able to work through this process.
What Property Is Considered during Asset Evaluation?
Numerous assets will be evaluated when conducting asset evaluation on a large marital estate divorces, as each asset can make a difference in how the property is divided. Some of the most common types of assets that are included in an asset evaluation include:
- Property / Real estate
- Investment accounts
- Retirement accounts
- Businesses owned or co-owned
- Professional practices
- Stock options
All of these assets and more will likely be included in an asset evaluation, so that the property can be divided fairly among the separating couple.
Discuss Asset Evaluation with a Divorce Lawyer in Houston
If you have filed for divorce and are dealing with a large marital estate and asset evaluation, call (713) 802-1777. Our attorneys at Holmes, Diggs, Eames & Sadler have successfully helped many clients get the property division settlement they want and need, and may be able to do the same for you.