John K. Grubb is a Board-Certified Civil Trial Law Specialist, Texas Board of Legal Specialization, with an MBA in accounting and finance who has developed a leading law firm for high-asset divorce in Houston, Texas. He has received a number of accolades over his 30-plus year career, including the Martindale-Hubbell highest possible “AV” rating for both legal ability and ethical standards. John Grubb also has been rated as one of Houston’s Top Lawyers by HTexas Magazine.
His firm possesses the right combination of skills, knowledge, strategy, and attention to detail to offer clients the best outcome possible in their divorce or family law case.
John Grubb has been representing clients with significant business and corporate assets for more than 30 years; his MBA in accounting and finance makes him uniquely qualified to do this work. Cases in which one or both spouses own a business require a unique attorney. Clients need an attorney who can be forceful when necessary, but wise enough not to something that might damage the business. The lawyer must understand the nature of the business and must work closely with accountants, tax specialists and business valuation experts to craft a settlement or an award that fits the particular case.
In cases involving minor children, child custody is the most important issue in divorce. Parents are understandably anxious as to post-divorce life regarding the well-being and custody of children. John K. Grubb has been guiding mothers and fathers through the divorce process to help them do the best they can for their children in their new lives moving forward.
Although Texas child support calculations are governed by statute, there are intricate nuances that less experienced attorneys frequently miss – particularly for high-income parents. Once an order has been entered, it can be difficult to modify child support. Ensure the calculation is done right for the benefit of yourself and your children by hiring a lawyer with a history of representing high earners in child support cases.
Many times prospective spouses have substantial assets, children from other marriages, partnership or business agreements, and wish to enter into a Premarital Agreement defining the respective rights and obligations of each party. Post-marital agreements are frequently needed when spouses enter into business contracts and equity partnerships after marriage. John Grubb is a seasoned Houston prenuptial agreement attorney for drafting and enforcing premarital and post-marital agreements for business professionals.
He offers empathy and professional counsel to better serve families during difficult times.