Complex Marital Estates
Property Division in Complex Tennessee Divorce Cases
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For some divorcing spouses, the most difficult issues to resolve will concern the division of property between them due to the nature of the marital assets, the terms of a prenuptial agreement, or the sheer size of the marital estate. If you anticipate that property division issues will require especially careful attention in your situation, contact a Nashville divorce attorney at Hollins, Raybin & Weissman, P.C.
The divorce attorneys at our firm work closely with forensic accountants, real estate professionals, tax experts, and financial consultants to make sure that the disclosure of your income and assets is timely and accurate, and to make a careful review of the financial information provided by your spouse. Our lawyers understand the procedures involved in determining and presenting accurate values with respect to shared assets such as the following:
- Investment accounts
- Pension and retirement benefits, including military pensions
- Family business assets or the shares of a closely held corporation
- Investment real estate, second homes, or vacation property
- Executive compensation packages, including stock options or deferred benefits
- Military pension and retirement benefits
- Unique assets such as art collections, antiques, or jewelry
In some cases, the challenge can be to identify assets, locate undisclosed accounts, or protect asset values while the divorce case is pending. Our skilled courtroom lawyers can apply for injunctive relief whenever necessary to preserve the value of marital property. In other cases, it will be necessary to establish the character of particular property as a marital asset subject to division or as separate property to be excluded from the marital estate. In many cases, it is possible to resolve complex property division problems in conjunction with the resolution of spousal support issues.
Our experienced attorneys work closely with you to advance your interests whether you’re facing a family business valuation problem or the unauthorized transfer of marital assets.
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