Certain situations can make marriage dissolution more complex for couples. We identify a few of these scenarios below and offer more information on each.
Divorces involving high-value property rights, business ownership, and other high-stakes assets require the knowledge of an experienced legal team. As needed, our team employs the help of specialists and investigators to uncover hidden assets, determine the value of a business, evaluate real estate as well as securities assets, and more.
Divorce Done Right provides conflict resolution tools specifically tailored for LGBT couples. In addition to employing advanced strategies to divide a couple’s property, our team helps couples work out family-related conflict when they do not have the benefits afforded by a legally-recognized marriage.
When one or both spouses has an active military status, additional rules and considerations can affect the divorce filing process and timeline. Deployment can impact the length of time a divorce could take to complete, for example, and the Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act (USFSPA) may affect the division of assets.
You and your soon-to-be-ex may encounter additional obstacles with your divorce if international laws come into play in some way. This may be the case if you got married in another country, for example, or you and/or your spouse lives overseas, you own property in another country, or you may be facing international child custody issues.
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