Retirement Assets And Business Valuation

Many couples misunderstand the distinction between separate and community property. There is a common misconception that if one of the spouses earns that property, that property remains with that spouse should the couple end up getting divorced.

This is not always true. In many cases, this property belongs equally to each of the spouses because it was acquired during the marriage. In situations involving high-value assets, such as retirement accounts and business valuations, many disputes arise over how this property should be classified and divided.

At the Fiori Law Office, Inc., our lawyers have extensive experience resolving these complex issues. Our law firm has been handling complex property division disputes since we were founded in 1987. We are confident that we will be able to help you obtain the results you need to protect your property.

Extensive Experience Resolving High-Asset Property Disputes

We take a comprehensive approach to these issues. We discuss all of the assets that you and your spouse own, and we help you obtain the information you need to determine the status of this property. We consult with experts and other financial professionals to ensure that we are able to find the appropriate value for these assets. We have experience resolving property division disputes concerning:

  • The value and status of stocks, bonds and other investments
  • The separate and joint contributions to retirement accounts and other retirement assets
  • The amount of separate property used to purchase a family home
  • The accurate and full accounting of self-employment income
  • The discovery of concealed income and other hidden or transferred assets
  • The contributions and value of any business interests owned separately or jointly by the spouses

These cases often find themselves going into the courtroom. Our attorneys, as experienced litigators, are ready to present your concerns to the court. We are focused on helping you achieve a positive result that allows you to move forward after your case has been resolved.

Family Law Matters Matter To Us

To learn more about how we can help with your retirement assets and business valuations, please call our Auburn, Washington, office at 253-218-3728 or send us an email using the form provided. Our attorneys look forward to helping you develop practical solutions to your complex property division concerns.