Complex Divorce – Orlando Divorce Lawyer

The Orlando attorneys at Kramer Law have considerable experience in complex divorces. A divorce is no light matter, especially when a divorce involves the division of complex marital property.

For spouses with family business interests or high assets or income, divorce can pose multiple, complicated legal issues. Your divorce lawyer must be well-versed in all of them.

Speak with an experienced Florida attorney at our firm today.
Call 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376)

Asset and debt division in a complex divorce may involve closely-held businesses, intellectual property, state and federal tax issues, financial investments, inheritances, pensions, real property and other valuable assets. Your attorney at Kramer Law will know the aspects of family law, tax law, residential and commercial real estate law, estate law, and business law that matter in your case.

Let us assist you by contacting us today. Give Kramer Law a call at 855-Kramer-Now (855-572-6376) for efficient, personal care and resourceful insight on your divorce case.

Complex Assets and Liabilities

The attorneys at Kramer Law will determine the often complex line between marital and non-marital assets to be divided in a divorce. Marital assets are those which require equitable distribution among both spouses. Non-marital assets are not required to be divided.

A detailed and knowledgeable divorce attorney will fairly valuate assets and protect your share of the marital estate. We work closely with highly-credentialed and trusted forensic accountants, business evaluators, and appraisers to meticulously resolve issues in the most efficient manner.

Complex divorces often involve:

  • Inheritance of real estate, valuables, or money
  • Inheritance that was used to buy jointly held property or held in a joint account
  • Assets placed in trusts and other trust disputes
  • A family business that both spouses helped establish or operate
  • Intellectual property rights such as trademarks, royalties, copyrights, and patents
  • Retirement assets such as pensions, IRAs, or 401(k)s invested before or during the marriage
  • Financial investments such as stocks, bonds, and stock options
  • Real estate or other property owned before the marriage, depending on whether the assets or liabilities were used for financial security during the marriage
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements affecting property division or alimony

Discovery of Hidden Assets

One spouse may suspect the other spouse of hiding assets or money. This may be in the form of unreported income, concealed income streams, hidden properties, or money kept in overseas or offshore accounts. Your Kramer Law attorney will identify and carefully assess all assets and property in order to divide marital property according to Florida law and protect your interests.

Discovery of hidden assets also plays a critical role in establishing fair awards regarding child custody, child support, and alimony. You can be sure the attorneys at Kramer Law will exercise every legal means necessary to search for and uncover unreported or hidden assets.

Contact Our Orlando Complex Divorce Lawyers Today

Kramer Law is an established firm with the ability and experience to handle all of your family law needs. We believe in building professional, understanding relationships with all of our clients so that we can effectively represent them in any legal matter that may arise.

Contact us for a free consultation or call 1-855-Kramer Now (1-855-572-6376).

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