Proven Assistance For Complex Property Valuations In A Divorce
Dividing property in a Utah divorce requires a separating couple to split property equitably, not equally. A judge will determine this equitable division of assets based on each spouse’s individual circumstances. Calculating the value of a savings account or vehicle can be relatively straightforward. But what can divorcing spouses do when they need to split complex property such as a business?
At Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates, we help clients determine the value of their complex property. Our lawyers guide clients through their divorce and protect their rights while dividing marital assets. Our Salt Lake City, Ogden and Lehi offices have a long record of success in the family court. You can call (801) 475-8800 to set up a free consultation for your divorce.
Experienced Attorneys For Many Types Of Complex Property Division
In a divorce, you need to get a complete picture of marital assets, income and property. Our attorneys will work closely with you to understand the full extent of your ex-spouse’s holdings. Once we identify all assets, we will value the property and create a personalized legal strategy for your divorce.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in valuing many types of complex assets, including:
- Local, national and/or international business interests
- Professional degrees and practices
- Extensive real estate holdings
- Extensive stock portfolios
- Insurance holdings
- 401(k)s, pensions, Roth IRAs and other retirement savings accounts
- Profit-sharing plans, bonuses and other forms of deferred compensation
Offshore Bank Accounts And Other Hidden Assets
Finding offshore bank accounts, unreported income and other hidden assets can present a challenge for a divorcing spouse. Our team has substantial experience in uncovering and valuing concealed assets in a divorce. We will investigate business documentation, investment portfolios and other records to determine the true value of marital assets.
Work With Knowledgeable Divorce Lawyers
Divorcing spouses need experienced legal guidance to value assets and secure fair marital settlement agreements. You can send us an email or call (801) 475-8800 to set up your free consultation with a skilled attorney.