A major component of a divorce is the division of martial assets. This guide is designed to provide information on the division of Marital assets.
Melrose MA Divorce Attorneys
As MA divorce attorneys, the Martino Law Group is experienced with handling complicated divorces in Massachusetts. Divorces can be complex, especially when it comes to division of assets and wealth. If your divorce involves real estate properties, investments, and/or high net worth assets, it is important to have a skilled attorney protecting your best interests.
Common Divorce Asset Disputes
Disputes are common in a few scenarios such as...
oInvestments (Stocks, Bonds, Securities, etc.)
oCapital Gains from Investments
oBusiness Assets and Profits
oCommingling of Assets
oAssets that are part of a trust
oReal Estate Holdings
Every scenario and every divorce is different. Martino Law Group will take the time to understand your situation and to develop an effective strategy.
Retirement Accounts and Pensions
Even if only one spouse contributes to a retirement account or pension fund, those assets may be subject to equitable distribution. This is particularly true if you were married during the years over which those funds grew significantly. These assets are part of the divorce whether they are liquidated or not before or during the divorce.
More on Division of Assets with Divorce
Whether you manage the finances or not, it is important to be aware of all assets when going through a divorce. This will help protect your rights and interests in those assets. Navigating the divorce process when it comes to division of assets requires strong attorney representation and support. Contact MA divorce attorneys at the Martino Law Group for a free consultation on your impending divorce.
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