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Equitable Asset Distribution

Assement of what constitutes separate property and marital property is very important in the divorce proceedings, as it determines equitable asset distribution between the parties. If needed, experts may be retained, to find a wide range of traditional and non-traditional assets, which may include:

  • Privately-owned businesses
  • Professional practices
  • Retirement accounts, pensions, and 401ks
  • Investment accounts and investment portfolios
  • Trusts
  • Publishing royalties
  • Stocks and bonds

In situations where couples co-mingled separate assets, it is important to assertain the portion of the assets that are separate along with the increase in value of those assets during the marriage. We also look at the contribution each party made to the acquisition, dissipation, preservation, and depreciation or appreciation of those assets, including the contributions of stay-at-home parents and homemakers. Often, neither party knows the full value of high-end marital estates. We work with our clients to establish the value of the marital estate and work to ensure that our clients receive the fairest possible equitable distribution of the marital assets.

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