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Complex Asset Property Division

Complex Asset Property Division in Divorce

All divorces must account for ownership of any and all assets after a divorce is completed. Division of non-marital and marital (community) property may become complicated when it comes to valuable or sentimental assets such as the following:

  • Retirement accounts: pensions, 401K accounts
  • Stocks, bonds and other investments
  • Real estate -- both the marital home and second homes including lake homes and vacation homes
  • Home equity that one spouse or the other brought into the marriage
  • Businesses owned by either or both spouses beginning before or during the marriage
  • Boats, personal watercraft, ATVs, collectible automobiles and all other vehicles
  • Professional practices, including good will (doctors, dentists, lawyers)
  • Pets, exotic animals and livestock
  • Antiques, collectibles, jewelry and art

Contact us to schedule an initial consultation regarding your high asset divorce. Learn how our lawyers' experience and dedication to zealous representation can work in your favor when it comes to any of the following factors in your divorce:

  • Business valuation
  • Valuation of "good will" in a professional practice such as a doctor's or dentist's practice
  • Real estate appraisal
  • Discovery of hidden assets such as off-shore investments
  • Tracing of financial pathways leading to sources of extra income
  • Reimbursement to the marital estate by either spouse who has wasted marital assets through gambling, drug addiction, adultery or irresponsible overspending
  • Pension valuation
  • Future earnings calculations
  • Pet custody disputes

A Team of Professionals Available to our Clients

Professionals including business valuation experts, forensic accountants and investigators work with our attorneys as necessary to gather the essential information. In all phases of a high-asset divorce, we are aware of the need to watch the bottom line. We will not rack up unnecessary legal fees during your divorce -- but we will keep you informed of your options and potential outcomes at every juncture.

However stressful your divorce may be on an emotional level, you need a level head to guide the legal aspects of it. Do all that you can to ensure that you do not throw away your rights in a high asset divorce. Call or e-mail the law offices of Miller, Quinlan & Auter, regarding business valuation and other concerns in your complex divorce.

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