Complex Property Division
Getting divorced is not nearly as easy as it is to get married. In addition to the deep emotional issues involved, couples have to entangle their financial interests. The complexity of issues involved can cause emotions to spiral out of control often leading to contested divorces. If you are dealing with a divorce involving a substantial amount of assets or debts, select an experienced lawyer prepared to protect your financial interests.
Handling Complex Property Divisions for 30 Years
At the Johnson Family Law, PLLC, we have 30 years of combined experience handling divorces involving complex property divisions. Our legal team has a strong background seeking an equitable distribution of marital estates ranging from less than $100,000 to $400 million. We know how to assess the true value of marital property taking into account any hidden assets. We also work relentlessly to minimize the tax implications of a divorce. Contact our Ramsey County complex property division lawyers to learn how we can help preserve your financial interests during an initial consultation.
Seeking an Equitable Distribution of Your Marital Property
At Johnson Family Law, PLLC, we understand you may be dealing with a lot of fears. You may be worried that your spouse could take everything you have worked hard to achieve. Or maybe you are losing sleep fearing your divorce could cause an irreparable rift in your family business or could force you to re-enter the workforce after putting your career on hold to raise your children. No matter where you find yourself, we will take every measure to protect your financial interests.
As a first step, we will work with you to understand the extent of your marital estate. This can be a highly complicated process, especially for marriages that have lasted a substantial amount of time. Individual assets can get blurred over time as separate property becomes commingled together. In complex property divisions, we can consult real estate appraisers, forensic accountants and actuaries to determine the value of your marital property, which may include:
- Family home, time shares, cabins or second homes
- Rental property or family businesses
- 401(k) plans, pensions, Roth IRA or other retirement accounts
- Stocks, bonds and other savings
We can also consult business valuation experts, if you are a business owner going through a divorce. Our job is to determine what property is considered part of your marital estate and the value of your joint assets and debts. Depending on how your finances were handled, this can be a highly complicated process.
We know the right experts to consult to trace any hidden assets and minimize any potential tax implications. We are highly experienced divorce lawyers committed to negotiating a resolution that makes sense. Since some of your property cannot be split directly down the middle, we will work to make sure you obtain an equal value of the marital estate. We want to make sure you walk away with a fair share of your marital property.
Contact Us for Help With the Division of Assets Following a Divorce
Few issues can complicate a divorce like financial concerns. Whether you were the breadwinner for your family or were devoted at home raising your children, you may fear how the divorce could leave you at risk financially. The best decision you can make is to have an experienced complex property division attorney in your corner. Contact our law firm today to schedule a consultation at our law office in Saint Paul, Minnesota.