DIVISION OF MARITAL ASSETS
Marital property is not always divided equally, but only in a manner that the court deems fair and just. Many factors go into this judicial determination, including the contribution each spouse has made towards acquiring the marital property, the economic circumstances of each spouse, and the conduct of the spouses during the marriage. Obtaining the proper characterization of assets as marital or non-marital property, and determining an appropriate value for those assets, are critical to receiving a fair deal in the property settlement. Our attorneys are experienced in high-value assets and estates, as well as complex matters such as closely-held business interests, pensions, stock ownership, and ownership of real property.