League City High-Asset Divorce Lawyer

Protecting your financial interests in divorce is crucial. If you are accustomed to a certain lifestyle or wish to protect significant assets for any reason, such as safeguarding your children's inheritance, a family business or your own financial security, you should seek legal counsel immediately. Each spouse is entitled to fair and equitable division of property and assets. Do not expect a 50/50 division.

The best way to ensure that you are protected is with the help of a highly qualified Texas divorce lawyer who is extensively experienced with high-asset and high-income divorce cases. Your lawyer's skills and dedication to your case will have a significant impact on the process and your final divorce decree.

Attorney E. A. "Trey" Apffel III is a board-certified civil trial lawyer by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and he has over 30 years of experience serving clients from Galveston to Houston. Located in League City, Trey is a proven high-asset divorce attorney who knows how to unravel complexity, find hidden assets and confidently negotiate your best possible divorce settlement.

Mediation, Negotiation Or Court Litigation Of Your Divorce?

Sometimes, people come to our office looking for a quick settlement. Other people want to take their spouses to the cleaners. In either case, and every case in between, it is important to have legal counsel to ensure that you are not relinquishing your parental or financial rights in any mediated or negotiated settlement. It is equally if not more important to ensure that your children's rights and best interests are protected in the divorce process and in the future.

We cover the full range of issues that may come up in your divorce case, including:

  • Children's schooling, summer activities, special needs and higher education planning
  • Child custody and visitation
  • Spousal support or alimony
  • Property division, including:
    • Marital home, second home and other real estate
    • Bank accounts
    • Family business or professional practice
    • Division of retirement assets such as 401(k) plans, IRA plans, pension plans or other qualified plans, which requires a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO)
    • Trusts
    • Stock options
    • Oil and mineral rights
    • Vehicles such as boats and cars
    • Jewelry

We assist with real estate appraisals, business valuations and uncovering of hidden assets. Attorney Trey Apffel is focused on your unique issues and dedicated to achieving your best possible outcome in all legal forums.

Protect Yourself, Protect Your Children

Contact our office at 281-724-4701 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with Trey. Discover your full legal options and how our top-tier legal counsel will help you achieve your goals in the short and long term.