Finding Equitable Asset Division Arrangements Holistically
If the time has come to divide your assets and property in a divorce, you will find astute financial counsel at Herbert Machnik Law Firm. Taking a holistic approach to asset and property division is what we do. All our attorneys are financially savvy, allowing them to look at not only your assets and debts but also your insurance, taxes and other factors to see the big picture.
We take a hands-on approach to helping our clients. Our lawyers know that legal theory is not adequate when real people need real solutions. We get to know you as a person so we see the big picture and can develop comprehensive strategies.
Prepared To Represent You Assertively
Michigan is an equitable distribution state. This means that marital assets – the assets acquired after the marriage, with a few exceptions such as inheritances – are subject to equitable division. Equitable does not necessarily mean 50-50, so there is the potential to lose a great deal financially. As family law counsel, we understand the necessity of an equitable property division agreement. With that said, we also understand the importance of advocating aggressively for your best interests in pretrial negotiations or in court.
Sophisticated Strategies For High Net Worth Divorces
When you have significant assets such as multiple pieces of real estate, multiple vehicles or a business that you own, property division becomes even more complex. Fortunately, our team is up to the task. We regularly work with business owners who face the daunting and complex task of valuing and dividing business assets in a Michigan divorce. Through careful forensic investigation and discovery, we can also help you determine whether your spouse is hiding assets or dissipating them.
Get Holistic And Cohesive Divorce Counsel Today
Herbert Machnik Law Firm will represent you assertively when dividing assets during your divorce. Learn more by using our online contact form or by calling our Kalamazoo law office at 269-948-7600 to schedule an initial consultation.