Complex Asset Division Attorney in Redmond
Proper Valuation & Division of Property
At O'Brian & Associates, we have represented thousands of dissolution clients in Redmond and Bellevue, Washington, whose property division issues present problems of complexity. Under Washington law, the court is required to make a "fair and just" distribution of the marital assets between the parties. What constitutes a fair and equitable division of property is subject to a list of factors the court must consider.
We have experienced attorneys who understand the complexities that arise when dividing substantial assets and businesses. We have handled many high net worth cases, as well as many middle-income families with complex property situations, and know how to obtain accurate assessments of the financial circumstances.
Nearly 30 Years of Experience as a Lawyer
Located in Redmond and near Bellevue, our clients include Microsoft employees, their spouses, professional women and other highly qualified executives in a variety of industries. We encourage you to give us a call today to help ensure that all assets are divided equitably according to Washington state law.
Our divorce lawyers represent clients by helping to value and divide property. This can include cases where there is moderate to substantial property to divide. We are able to work together with respected professionals in this area who can provide forensic evidence as it relates to the actually value and characterization of separate property and community property. We understand how critically important the valuation of such assets is to your overall welfare.
What Types Of Assets Do You Need To Divide?
- We can help you identify, value and divide the following types of property:
- Private and public sector pensions, public employee pension funds such as LEOFF and PERS accounts
- Retirement accounts
- Investment accounts
- Stock awards and options
- 401(k) plans
- Retirement accounts
- Real estate properties
- Professional practices in dentistry, accounting, medicine and law
- Hidden property
To learn more about how our law firm can help you with your complex property and asset division during a divorce matter, contact our Redmond family lawyer at (425) 276-7677.
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