Complex Property Division

When medical professionals, business owners and other high-asset individuals get divorced, the legal complexity increases for both spouses. An attorney with experience in high-asset divorce and business valuation can help ensure you receive your fair share of the marital estate and can prepare you for a stable financial future.

At DuBois Cary Law Group, we have extensive experience helping high-net-worth individuals throughout the Seattle area with divorce and complex property division matters. We will work closely with financial experts to handle your case with the utmost care and precision, to ensure your interests are protected.

Valuing Assets in High-Asset Divorces

When substantial and diverse assets are involved in a divorce, those assets must be identified and valued to establish a fair property division arrangement. A property, which on the surface may seem like separate property, may technically be community property and subject to division. It is important for you to obtain effective and experienced representation and work with qualified financial experts to determine a fair resolution.

Our lawyers work with experts in accounting and business valuation to provide our clients with accurate assessments of their business, real estate, professional practice and other properties. We can help you in regard to the valuation and distribution of a family business, retirement accounts, stocks, inheritance, retention bonuses and other assets.

Contact Our Family Law Firm Today

Complex Property Division issues can be a nightmare, and we’re here to help. If you have further questions or want to arrange a confidential consultation involving complex property division or business valuation issues, please contact us today. We have offices in Seattle and Bellevue-Redmond and can meet with you in one or both of those locations as needed. We look forward to meeting you and helping you achieve the solutions you seek.

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