Collin County Large Marital Estates

| Oct 14, 2010 | Divorce |

Divorces can be a very nasty situation.  Especially when one party is trying to hide assets in a divorce where the estate turns out to be higher than what was disclosed.  There are situations where there is real estate or money that was hidden from the spouse before or during the marriage. 

In these high asset divorces, the attorney who represents the party who came into the money when they were married needs to be an experienced trial attorney who understands how to find out about the assets.  Texas is a community property state, and that means that the lawyer must know about the ins-and-outs of those intricate laws.