Will Your Divorce Involve Substantial Assets Or Property?
If you are facing divorce and you own significant assets and property, the challenges you will face are more complex than for most people, especially when it comes to the division of property.
What Is Marital Property And What Is Not?
The first question to answer when considering an individual asset or piece of property is whether or not it is part of the marital estate. Under Colorado law, all marital property is divided during a divorce. In general, marital property includes all property acquired during the marriage and excludes property acquired prior to the marriage.
There are exceptions. For example, a spouse can inherit something during the marriage and it can remain the property of that spouse if it is kept separate from the marital estate.
We can work to preserve the assets and property that are meaningful to you.
We Work With Outside Experts As Necessary
Dividing a complex marital estate can require the assistance of outside financial experts, such as forensic CPAs, tax attorneys and business valuation experts. Our firm has a history of working with all necessary experts to help us effectively resolve your issues.
Some of the types of assets and property we have experience helping people with, include:
- Small businesses
- Stock options
- Retirement benefits
- Hidden assets
More Than Three Decades Of Combined Experience
At Tanis McGonegal Family Law, P.C., we have the skills and experience necessary to help you protect your assets or property in divorce. That experience can ensure that all issues are effectively resolved, from child custody and spousal maintenance to the division of property. This includes paying special attention to how certain choices may impact taxes. For small businesses and other unique assets, we work to create solutions that preserve the value of the asset for you.
Our Lawyers Can Help Guide You Through Complex, High-Asset Divorce Matters
When you are facing divorce and a complex division of property, turn to Tanis McGonegal Family Law, P.C., in Broomfield for representation that can accomplish your goals. To schedule a free 20-minute telephone consultation, call (303) 465-4605 or contact us online.