Complex Property Division Lawyer in Long Island
Even though the state of New York is known as an equitable distribution
state, arguments centered on the "fairness" of
distributing property seem to be among the most common disputes in the
divorce process. Although quarrels tend to arise around complex financial issues, we aim
to restore your peace of mind during this time.
Assessing Marital Property
Every divorcing couple will need to discuss the distribution of property.
Because New York's equitable distribution laws uphold the fair distribution
of property — not necessarily equal distribution — couples
will need to pay careful attention to the valuation of assets and debts,
marital property, and separate property.
Using professional consultants and financial forensic experts, we can address:
- Hidden assets
- Value of family businesses or companies
- Locked accounts or international accounts
- Real estate, including commercial property
- Investments, stock interests, or shares
- Money or income earned from self-employment
- High-value asset division
The distribution of property rarely is a cut and dry process. Especially
in scenarios involving family businesses, high net worth parties, retirement
plans, or property titles, the distribution of property can become a complicated ordeal.
Our divorce attorneys have handled it all!
We know just how overwhelming the divorce and property division processes
can be for anyone. With our thorough understanding of the law and our
extensive legal experience, our divorce attorneys on Long Island strive
to help you and your former spouse come to a mutually beneficial property
division agreement. No property, financial portfolio, or amount of contention
is too difficult for our skilled legal team to handle with efficiency
Retain Our Nassau County Divorce Firm
Contact The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. immediately to speak with our skilled
legal team. We are ready to put our experience to work for your family.
Having successfully helped numerous families in the Nassau County area,
we know how to protect your rights and assets.
Call our Long Island divorce lawyers today for your
free case evaluation.