Property Division Attorneys Columbus Ohio
The equitable division of property can be a very complex matter. First, identifying the property as either marital or separate property is required. Second, determining the current value of the property is important. Sometimes using appraisers is the best approach. Current statements for bank accounts, brokerage accounts, and retirement assets such as IRAs, 401(k)s, pension plans and other deferred compensation will be needed. Family or closely held businesses may be involved, as may professional practices.
The experienced and skilled attorneys at Edward F. Whipps & Associates can provide the advice and counsel needed in finding the best approaches for a given family in the division of their property. Experience handling high asset cases, obtaining competent business evaluations, protecting retirement benefits, protecting your inheritance, finding hidden assets and financial misconduct, and handling a divorce after long term marriage are all areas where we have both the necessary experience and the sophisticated “know how” to deal with these critical issues. A careful analysis of past tax returns is often very valuable. And when the opposing party or attorney is unwilling or unable to provide evidence necessary to this end, our firm knows how to obtain that evidence.
Contact an Experienced Property Division Lawyers Today
When you or your family faces significant property division issues, turn to property division lawyer at Edward F Whipps & Associates to help transition you to the next chapter in your life. You can arrange a mutually convenient time for your initial consultation by calling our downtown office at (614) 461-6006, our Dublin office at (614) 461-6007, or filling out this online contact form.