Dividing Your Marital Estate
In the simplest Massachusetts divorces involving a long-term marriage, couples equally divide their assets and move on with their lives. In many dissolutions, however, the math and the legalities are infinitely more complicated. Dividing the estate down the middle might be impractical, and the complexities of certain estates and the facts giving rise to how those estates were accumulated may warrant more creative solutions, sometimes even disproportionate divisions of the assets. There could be significant disagreement about the value of certain assets, or whether a property interest even exists.
Since estates differ, working with a law firm that can knowledgeably address diverse points of law within a broader perspective is important. Tracey, Roman & Ramos, PC
helps clients establish priorities, choose their battles and secure their fair share of the estate, so they will emerge from the divorce in the most beneficial financial position.
Sophisticated Analysis And Strategies For Protection Of Property Before, During
And After Marriage - Property Division
Many of our clients are professionals, entrepreneurs, and executives, or the spouses of high earners. We delight in solving challenging legal and financial puzzles, and we can knowledgeably address the various aspects of pre-marital and marital wealth that arise in divorce:
Our firm also handles property division among unmarried couples, such as high net worth clients who cohabitated but never married, or lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transsexual (“LGBT”) clients who accumulated wealth together.
Protecting Your Interests In Asset Division