A Massachusetts divorce typically requires that the parties resolve financial issues concerning, alimony (or spousal support), child support, medical insurance for the parties and their children, division of marital assets and allocation of tax liability.
Financial Issues of Divorce:
Valuing closely held businesses and private investments with a view towards structuring property settlements;
Working closely with expert witnesses to litigate the value of marital assets;
Determining the true economic benefit or income a person receives from a privately held business for purposes of determining support;
Locating and tracing marital assets and income;
Litigating the enforceability of premarital agreements;
Structuring support arrangements to achieve maximum total after-tax family cash flow;
Creating tax-effective property division arrangements; and
Achieving practical, cost-effective approaches to resolving complex financial issues.