Can a division of money and assets be more than a have or have-not situation? At The Law Office of Steven C. Girsky, we think so. It is true that money is a tangible asset and can either be counted, or not. When a divorce forces a couple to take their assets and liabilities and divide them, there is a way to make sure it is an equitable division. This end-goal would begin with an accurate valuation of shared assets.
There is no reason for any asset, whether it be an investment account, bank account, real estate or other asset to be undervalued when it comes to property division in a Tennessee divorce. The Law Office of Steven C. Girsky understands the importance of accounting for and properly valuing all assets during the divorce process. Taking the time and using expertise to dig into financial reports is how equitable division of assets becomes possible.
Once all assets are listed and accounted for, it is a matter of determining what items are of greatest importance to the client. With the client’s priorities always at the forefront of our minds, this is where negotiation can begin. Litigation is also an option for those that feel discussions are not enough. We have experience with unique asset division situations that require equally unique and creative solutions.
Whether spouse have thousands in assets, or millions, everyone has questions about asset division during a divorce. Answers to those questions and more can be found at The Law Office of Steven C. Girsky. Making effective and meaningful decisions during a time of change is a decisive way to set the tone for the divorce. With more than 20 years handling complex divorce scenarios in and around the Clarksville area, we can help people with all of their divorce questions. Our firm’s website includes a variety of information about property division and other divorce issues.