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Experienced Divorce Lawyer Handles Complex Property Division Cases

If you are facing divorce and need legal advice regarding complex property division regarding business interests and other assets, then you need a lawyer who is experienced and knowledgeable in Texas family and civil law, as well as the Texas Constitution. Kara K. Egwuatu has substantial experience as both an advocate and a mediator in Texas property divisions, and she can help you reach a mutually acceptable division to allow you to move on from your divorce.

Kara K. Egwuatu is a divorce attorney with more than 10 years of legal experience. She is dedicated to effective representation of Texas clients in family law and favorable property division according to the needs and desires of her clients. She practices law in both the state and federal courts of Texas. She is also admitted to practice law in the state of South Carolina. Contact her Sugar Land, Fort Bend and Harris County law firm by phone or email today.

AN ESTABLISHED, RESPECTED FAMILY LAW AND DIVORCE LAWYER IN Sugar Land

At the Law Offices of Kara K. Egwuatu, you will receive competent and compassionate family law representation. Ms. Egwuatu understands many areas of complex property division, including:

  • High asset divorce
  • Small business and partnership interests
  • Medical and dental business interests
  • Real estate interests
  • Stock options
  • Retirement plans/401(k) plans
  • Government retirement and benefits
  • Military retirement and benefits
  • Vacation homes
  • Boats and cars
  • Antiques
  • Inheritance

As an experienced Texas family court lawyer, Jane Egwuatu is committed to helping you protect your assets effectively and efficiently. You can rely on her to ensure that the property division is fair and equitable while watching out for your bottom line.

ABOUT DIVISION OF MARITAL PROPERTY IN TEXAS

Certain property in Texas is considered community property, meaning it was acquired during the marriage. Separate property was acquired before the divorce or from a relative, for example. Ms. Egwuatu is experienced in dealing with community property and separate property, which is treated differently according to the nature of the property.

As an experienced Sugar Land family law and complex property division attorney, Ms. Egwuatu understands the financial issues that may arise. Her law office accepts all major credit cards and she works with clients to keep attorneys’ fees and costs reasonable by making sure that her time is used as efficiently as possible. Contact the law office of Kara K. Egwuatu today.

 

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