Financial Considerations Post Divorce
Like getting married, getting divorced can have significant tax consequences for both parties. If you are facing divorce or you are currently in the divorce process, you want to know how your taxes will be affected. Who will be responsible for back taxes? How should you file after a divorce? These types of issues are addressed with our clients at The Lincoln Law Firm, PLLC, we offer experienced, strategic support focused on the rights of our clients. We will take the time to understand your unique situation, keep you informed of your options and protect your best interests after divorce.
Advocacy focused on solutions for your family. Call 832-478-6750 to schedule a consultation with our attorney or you are welcome to fill out our online form.
Regardless if you have a small estate or large estate, you are concerned about protecting "separate property" after a divorce, we can help. At every stage, we will remain advocates, dedicated to helping you protect your financial interests and security after divorce.
We are experienced in marital property division, including:
- Retirement accounts
- Homes and real estate
- Business property
- Credit cards and debts
Strategic, Supportive Property Division Lawyer
We represent clients with estates worth a minimal amount to a substantial amount. Our clients come from diverse backgrounds and some come to us with some complex property division cases. When necessary, we will work with accountants and forensic experts to best protect your rights and fully valuate your business, assets and investments prior to divorce.
We look forward to speaking with you. To arrange a consultation regarding tax consequences of property division in Texas with a Houston, Texas family lawyer, please call 832-478-6750 orcontact us by e-mail. Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.