Complex Property Division During Divorce
Dividing Property in Divorces With Complex Financial Situations
For couples where one or both members own their own businesses or have additional properties, it can be difficult to decide what “fair and equitable division of the marital property” means. An experienced lawyer can help you determine what will be considered fair in the eyes of the law in terms of complex property division during divorce.
Todd Dwire of Dwire Law Offices, P.A., in Lakeville, Minnesota, can help you with division of your marital property. He has more than 22 years of experience in family law and knows how to work with people in extraordinary circumstances. He will work closely with you and always keep your best interests in mind as you separate your life from your marriage.
Business and Property Valuations
Depending on the amount of property or general value and record-keeping of the business, our attorney may be able to assess the value for property division. In some situations, he may need to consult with a professional business valuator, property appraiser or actuary to determine the full worth. We do this because we feel it is irresponsible to give advice without consulting with a professional when your future is at stake.
We have worked with many individuals with complex property division issues, including:
- Small-business owners
- Individuals with multiple properties or real estate developments
- Couples with second homes
- Farm owners
- Art collectors
- Individuals with nonmarital claims
Whatever your situation, we will fight to get the amount of marital property and assets you deserve as part of your divorce decree.