Chelmsford Lawyer Handling Property Division
No two divorces are exactly the same. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested in nature, it is crucial to ensure that all assets, particularly high-value assets, are accurately valued and allocated in proper fashion. Can inherited assets be treated differently? What about retirement assets that were partially earned prior to the marriage? How can a home whose value is less than its mortgage still be disposed of in a divorce?
Personalized Representation in Massachusetts and New Hampshire
At the Law Office of Peter V. Lawlor, PC, we are skilled at resolving issues of asset allocation and are prepared to handle even the most complex issues. We are led by a Chelmsford property division attorney with more than 30 years of experience who is prepared to take whatever course of action is necessary to protect your interests, including litigation, if an amicable agreement cannot be reached between parties.
Fairly Dividing All Types of Marital Assets
If you are considering divorce and have substantial assets, it is in your interest to have our experienced representation on your side to ensure that asset allocation is handled prudently. We have extensive experience dealing with complex and high-value assets such as:
- Retirement accounts
- Inherited or gifted assets
- Family trusts
- Homes and vacation properties
- Bank accounts
We have extensive experience negotiating settlements and litigating these issues in the context of divorce. This includes acting on behalf of spouses seeking to protect assets from allocation as well as acting on behalf of spouses seeking to gain access to segregated or hidden assets. We are also skilled at allocating assets in a way that is beneficial to our clients in terms of alimony obligations and access.
Contact Our Divorce Attorney for Marital Asset Protection
We look forward to helping you with your asset allocation needs. Contact us online to arrange a consultation with our lawyer.