Division of Complex Marital Estates
At Tisinger Vance, P.C., our Carrollton law firm, divorce lawyers handle cases involving substantial assets and those where marital assets are difficult to identify, to value, or to distribute. It is hardly possible to overstate the importance of carefully selecting the attorney who will handle your divorce if you and your spouse have a substantial estate, whether the property is marital or non-marital. Items to discuss include:
- high-value pension or retirement funds
- closely-held and family businesses, including family farms
- investment real estate, commercial or rental property
- partnerships and shares in other entities
- securities and annuities
- large inheritances, trusts, and gifts
- large pending judgments or settlements
- possible hidden assets
or more information about our services, or to arrange a consultation with one of our divorce lawyers, please contact our firm. We have offices in Carrollton.
Equitable Division of Assets · Alimony · Child Custody
From the time you first consider divorce it is important to work with your attorney to protect your financial future and the welfare of your children. Our lawyers’ services extend through all potential phases of the divorce process. We will advise you on immediate steps to take to protect your position and assets, and handle all settlement negotiations, divorce mediation, arbitration, and litigation.
In addition to protecting your interests during the equitable division of marital property our attorneys will explain whether Georgia family law regarding alimony (in some divorces a judge will award rehabilitative or permanent alimony) applies in your situation. If children are involved in the divorce we will handle child custody, child support, visitation, and questions about removing a child from Georgia.