Utah Asset Division Lawyer
When couples divorce in Utah, their assets and debt must be equitably divided. This means that each spouse will receive what the court deems is an equitable portion of the assets, taking into account the circumstances of each spouse. In some cases, this may amount to an approximately 50/50 split, but it does not have to.
There are no guidelines for determining divorce asset division. Therefore, it is very important to have an experienced attorney guiding you through this complex legal terrain. The divorce lawyers at the law offices of Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates, have extensive experience handling property division matters for clients throughout Utah and can help you protect your assets and prepare for a stable financial future.
Property Division In Utah
We handle a wide range of property division matters, including those involving:
- Valuing the marital estate, including determining the value of business assets, retirement accounts, professional practices and other assets
- Identifying hidden assets
- Minimizing our clients’ tax implications
Whatever asset division matter you are facing, our attorneys can guide you through all of the necessary legal details. If you feel your ex is seeking more than his or her fair share of the property division, our lawyers can aggressively advocate on your behalf.