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In this episode of Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, our Forensics and Litigation Services professionals discuss asset tracing within matrimonial disputes. Tune in.
Learn about the business valuation pros and cons of dividing up the ownership interest during a collaborative divorce approach.
In a Texas divorce, community property is divided between the two spouses, but separate property is retained by the spouse who owns it.
In a Texas divorce, identifying and dividing community property is one of the first steps in the process. Identifying marital property is often accomplished through the legal process of discovery. 
If you are going through a divorce, the division of property may be one of the most important concerns, second only to matters pertaining to children from the marriage.
Unfortunately, when business and personal lives are so intertwined, disagreements sometimes happen and family members decide to part ways. Here are valuation methods that apply when divvying up a marital estate that includes a family-owned business.