Scottsdale, Arizona, Divorce Lawyers Helping Clients With Complex Property Division
During the course of a marriage, assets of many kinds are accumulated, often including shared business interests, retirement and benefits plans, and investments. When a marriage ends, there can be many questions and concerns about the fair division of substantial or complex marital assets. This type of complex property division requires careful research and negotiation and should be handled by an experienced divorce attorney.
Throughout Arizona, people seek out the firm of Singer Pistiner, P.C. for our attention to detail in complex property division during divorce. Clients believe in our ability to correctly value their assets and aggressively negotiate for fair division of their marital property. If your divorce action involves complex property division, contact our Scottsdale offices to schedule a free consultation today.
Comprehensive, Accurate Valuation of All Your Assets
When couples have substantial individual and marital assets, we often call in experts to value the assets and determine the best way to divide them equitably. We often retain financial planners and forensic accountants who can assess the assets, determine whether each asset is individually owned or marital property, and suggest options for their equitable distribution.
When the couple owns a professional practice of family-owned business, we consult with business valuation experts such as appraisers and CPAs to properly value the business itself, determine the appropriate compensation for a non-working spouse, and determine how best to make any necessary transitions.
Whether the couple owns part of a family business or shares of company stock, we ensure our client is aware of any tax implications. Various options for the division of the property may have different tax implications, as may investment and retirement planning decisions using the proceeds.
Our Complex Property Division Attorneys are also skilled at uncovering any hidden assets through solid financial investigation. Proper division of marital property requires a complete picture of all of the couple’s individual and marital assets. We are committed to ensuring that no income or assets are held back and that your interests are protected.
Contact a Lawyer
For a free initial consultation with an attorney from Singer Pistiner, P.C., call 602-264-0110 or send us an e-mail.
Our firm advises and represents clients throughout the Scottsdale, Arizona, area.