Complex Property Division in Divorce
Some couples are able to walk away from their marriage through mediation or an uncontested divorce. This may not be true, however, if you are dealing rather complex property issues. Complex Our lawyers have substantial experience with complex property issues in a divorce, and have helped allocate hundreds of millions of dollars in assets, and debts, over the last fourteen years.
Complex Property Division
Some of the instances of complex property division that our Minnesota divorce lawyers can help you with include:
Whether you and your spouse own a family business together, you are self employed, or you are an owner of a larger corporation, business valuation can substantially complicate a divorce. Our lawyers routinely handle cases involving business valuation issues, and work closely top business appraisers and accountants. Some of the entities involving business valuation issues include:
- Sole Proprietorships;
- Limited Liability Companies;
- Partnerships; and
Our lawyers have handled cases involving businesses such as auto repair shops, vending machine companies, glass repair businesses, construction companies, import companies, e-commerce entities, street sweeping companies, rental properties, grocery stores, tobacco shops and technology companies.
Asset and Debt Settlement
In some cases, it is not as simple as “splitting the cars, the house, and the furniture.” There are often other complicating factors, including:
- Non-Marital Interests;
- Valuation of Stock Options;
- Disposition of Negative Equity Real Estate;
- Extensive Debt;
- Division of Retirement Accounts; and
- Hidden Assets (Fraud Upon the Court)
When you face a complex property division, you have a lot to lose (and a lot to gain). You need to have an experienced Minnesota divorce attorney on your side. We know that every case is different, and we will investigate your particular situation down to the last dollar.
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If the thought of divorce, and the legal complications that follow, is an overwhelming thought, we can help. Contact the Brown Law Offices, P.A. today. We offer free consultations to all potential clients. Call (763) 323-6555, or complete our free case evaluation form.