Beverly MA Complex Property Division Lawyer

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Representing Clients in Divorces Involving Complex Property Division

The division of property is often a highly disputed aspect of a divorce case. When the situation involves significant assets, business holdings and real estate, coming to an agreement becomes even more complex.

At David M. Gabriel & Associates, our divorce clients include executives, business owners, professionals and other high net-worth individuals. We are prepared and detail-oriented, with the acumen to provide both accurate business valuation and creative trade-offs regarding complex property division.

With more than 25 years of experience as a family law attorney, David M. Gabriel recognizes the intricacies of high net-worth divorce and diligently works to protect the financial interests of our clients. Contact us by calling 978-712-4825 or 978-998-6829 to speak with a lawyer at our office in Beverly, Salem or Burlington.

Complex Property Division in High Net-worth Divorce

With high net-worth divorces, there are many matters of complex property division that need to be addressed, including potential tax consequences. We have the resources and experience to properly value:

  • Closely held business and professional practices
  • Primary residences and other real estate holdings
  • Bank accounts, stock options and bonuses
  • Retirement funds, 401(k) plans, IRAs, military retired pay
  • Antiques, collectibles and heirlooms

Once you and your spouse's net-worth is accurately calculated, we can help you to develop achievable goals concerning the division of your marital property.

Equitable Distribution in Massachusetts

Massachusetts is an equitable distribution state. This does not mean martial property and assets will be divided 50/50. Instead, it refers to the fair division of property. Determining what is "fair" is often left to judges. You need a strong advocate in your corner to convince a judge that your wishes concerning complex property division are indeed fair and equitable

Contact David M. Gabriel & Associates

For confidential and experienced legal counsel in complex property division matters, contact David M. Gabriel & Associates by calling 978-712-4825 or 978-998-6829. Evening and weekend appointments are available. We accept credit cards.