Asset division in a divorce is a challenge for people who have amassed a large asset portfolio. The difficulties that come with this are often greater when you have multiple types of assets. Oftentimes, these cases will take a while to work through because of the valuation process. We know this can seem like a nightmare when you are ready for the marriage to be over.
When you are dividing assets, you have to think about what they are actually worth to you and how they help you or harm you in the future. Don't think only about how they will impact your life now. You have to think about what might happen in the future. The long-term cost of various assets is important, especially when you are considering real estate. These can have a big impact on whether they benefit you or not.
We know that you might be so focused on what you need to do right now that thinking about the future is difficult. We are here to help you look at some of these factors. Of course, you have to do what is best for you. We will help you work toward the goals that you have for your case.
While you are working through the property division, make sure you think about the debts. These also have to be divided. You can use these to balance out the assets if they are proving difficult to divide in an appropriate manner. We can help you find the balance that might resolve the process so you can get the divorce finalized.