Our Denton County firm is here to help you with your family law needs and to provide answers and guidance at every step of the way.Lindsey J. Wilson
Denton County Family Lawyer
Divorce and family law issues are some of the most difficult problems that people can face. Emotions and stakes run high. Even so, divorce doesn’t have to end badly. In fact, divorce can often be a new beginning. The same is true for other family law situations, like resolving a custody dispute or domestic violence case. No matter what brings you to the Law Office of Lindsey J. Wilson, our team wants to help you find the answers. Being a part of the solution to our clients’ family law matters is the best part of our job. We can explain complicated legal terms and guide you through the complex court process, reducing some of the stress and confusion you may be experiencing.
We know how delicate family law matters can be. At our office, we make it our mission to provide compassionate representation to our clients throughout their legal journeys. Our Denton County family law attorney will take the time to get to know you, so that we can give you an effective legal strategy for your specific situation. No matter how difficult your case is, our team will work diligently with you every step of the way.
Contact our office today to request a consultation with our Denton County family attorney.
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When you partner with the Law Office of Lindsey J. Wilson, you’re working with a team that truly has your best interest at heart. Whether you are ending a marriage or want to expand your family through adoption, it’s our goal as your family law attorney to help you establish a strong foundation for your new beginning. Our family lawyer will help you assess your current situation, determine the best path for moving forward, and help you prepare for whatever comes next. No matter if we resolve your case through mediation or if it needs to go to court, Attorney Wilson is determined to find a resolution that protects your interests and those of your loved ones.
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How can divorce affect your ownership of a business?
Although Texas is a community property state, which means dividing marital assets, it does not have to result in selling your business and dividing the proceeds. However, this might be one option. Solutions may vary depending on your situation, and other options may include:
- Structuring a settlement to pay half the other spouse the current value of the business over time
- If spouses are co-owners of the business, creating a post-martial agreement that outlines how to divide business assets if one of the owners decides to leave
- Revising corporate by-laws to reflect the change in marital status
Can you protect your business from a divorce?A prenuptial agreement can outline the division of assets in the event of divorce. A post nuptial agreement can do this also. In both types of agreements, a spouse can sign a document stating they have no interest in the business, should divorce occur. They might also include a clause that other shareholders or partners can purchase a divorcing shareholder or partner’s business interest.
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