Complex Issues in Divorce Cases – Client-Centered Representation
A divorce involving substantial amounts of property or contested child custody disputes does not have to be contentious. When there are significant assets or when children’s well-being is at stake, it is often wiser to attempt to resolve disputes amicably.
Despite the advice of lawyers to resolve disputes with spouses with a minimum of judicial intervention and hostility, complex divorces often lead to highly emotional litigation. When litigation becomes inevitable, the aggressive take-charge style of Siebman Law will insure that your children, property and future are all powerfully protected.
Our lawyers represent clients in complex and hotly contested divorce cases. With offices in Sherman, Plano, and Dallas, our attorneys represent people in contested divorces and child custody disputes throughout Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Fannin, Grayson, and Lamar counties.
Aggressive, Experienced and Professional Family Law Counsel You Can Trust
Whether a divorce involves children, substantial real estate holdings, professional practices and small businesses, our lawyers at Siebman Law will work to develop an aggressive strategic plan to meet your legal objectives. When divorce becomes necessary or is thrust upon you, Siebman Law is prepared to stand and fight for your rights. Our divorce practice includes resolving disputes related to:
- Injunctions and restraining orders
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support, including joint and primary custody petitions
- Grandparents’ rights
- Spousal support
- Community property division
- Premarital agreements and issues of separate property
- Enforcement and contempt actions
- Locating community assets
By working with experts versed in forensic accounting and other complex business issues, Siebman Law can investigate disputes related to asset valuation, asset location, asset tracing and family limited partnerships. We also use these methods to help uncover any disguised or concealed assets so that property division, spousal support and child support are based on a true financial picture.