Additional Complex Issues
In our pursuit of protecting what our clients value most, we frequently deal with a variety of complex issues that can complicate divorce.
Knowledge and Flexibility to Handle Complex Issues
The proven experience and skill of our attorneys allow us to address the unique concerns of clients interested in protecting assets such as trusts, inheritances, oil and gas properties and interests in family limited partnerships and closely held corporations.
Pre- and post-marital agreements
We work with clients to draft and negotiate pre- or post-marital agreements, also commonly referred to as pre-nuptial and post-nuptial, that help them address their unique concerns. In the event of a divorce, we review these agreements, conducting a thorough investigation of marital assets and debts, and consulting with financial experts and forensic accountants when necessary to fully evaluate your rights to property.
The firm has represented several professional athletes in the negotiation of pre-marital agreements, successfully dealing with characterization of endorsements. We successfully challenged a post-marital agreement which led to an eight figure settlement.
Creating a sound legal basis for cohabitation in Texas law often involves contract law. Cohabitation agreements protect unmarried couples in the event of the dissolution of a domestic partnership, whether it involves a heterosexual and same-sex couple. Fullenweider Wilhite assists clients in asserting their rights in non-marital cohabitation situations or in the dissolution of an informal or common law marriage.
Fullenweider Wilhite can guide you in establishing a sound contractual basis for a domestic partnership. We can help define your custody rights if you are raising a child together or plan to do so. We can also assist you in resolving any disputes that may arise should the relationship end.
Our attorneys successfully defended a prominent local businessman against a claim of common law marriage. The firm has assisted numerous clients in establishing a sound legal basis for domestic partnership or cohabitation.
We provide experienced representation to clients who have not received the visitation, support or property to which they are entitled through court orders. From enforcing a visitation schedule to defending a client from a wrongful accusation of unpaid support, we are dedicated to ensuring that our clients’ rights are protected.
Our team of legal professionals has helped countless clients secure the child support and alimony they need after their divorce or family law action.