Facing A Complex Property Division Matter? We Can Help.
If you or your spouse owned a business, stock options, investments or property before you were married, it can affect the division of your property during a divorce.
At the Minneapolis law firm of Groshek Law PA, our lawyers have years of experience tracing and documenting nonmarital assets. Tracing will show the value of those assets before your marriage and determine where the money ended up. This will give a fuller picture of your spouse’s finances and what you are entitled to in a separation agreement or divorce.
You have to protect your own interests and those of your family when you are separating your lives. Your lawyer will guide you through the process and help you make the best and most informed decisions for yourself.
Unearthing Hidden Marital Assets
Our firm believes in a holistic approach to the law. We want to hear the story behind your story. Having this in-depth information allows us to give you the best possible representation and can help us find where your spouse may be hiding his or her wealth, in preparation for divorce.
Asset Valuation Designed To Prevent Unequal Property Division
Our attorneys work closely with forensic accountants, business valuators, vocational experts and real estate appraisers to determine the value of your marital assets. We will look at your situation and your spouse’s situation to figure out what the division of property should look like.
Minnesota law requires “equitable property division.” This means that one or the other of you may receive compensation in some form other than an interest in a business or property. We will take into account who owned what before the marriage and how that has benefited each of you over the course of the marriage to make a fair and just property division plan.
Don’t Wait – Call Now
The faster we can get started, the less likely assets will disappear in anticipation of a pending divorce. Call 612-426-7047 or send us an email to schedule a consultation with one of our complex property division lawyers.