Annapolis High-Asset Divorce Lawyers

In any divorce case, the division of marital property has the potential to become a major sticking point. Resolving this issue, however, is a much more complex process when at least one spouse owns substantial assets without a readily apparent market value, or when there is a complex marital asset base, including businesses, stock options, trademarks or other intellectual property.

At the law firm of Trainor, Billman, Bennett & Milko, LLP, our Annapolis high-asset divorce attorneys have extensive experience in the area of high-asset valuation and distribution. We work with highly qualified experts to obtain the information we need to seek the outcomes our clients deserve.

Carefully Documenting the Value of Your and Your Spouse's Assets

Valuation typically becomes a difficult issue when an asset's present value is difficult to measure or an asset's future value is likely to be substantially different from its present value. The following are some types of assets where special attention to valuation is required:

  • Businesses and business ownership interests
  • Medical, legal and other professional practices
  • Commercial and residential investment properties
  • Stock options and other deferred compensation

Common challenges in the asset valuation process include properly accounting for intangible assets like goodwill and identifying a party's extent of ownership of a jointly owned asset.

Our attorneys have extensive experience handling these types of cases. We know when our own knowledge is sufficient and when it is necessary to rely on the services of our network of CPAs, forensic accountants and other expert professionals to properly value marital assets.

Contact Our Anne Arundel County Business Valuation Attorneys

For help with business valuation and other asset valuations in a divorce case, speak with us. Contact our Maryland high-asset divorce lawyers online or call 410-280-1700 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation. Our offices are located in downtown Annapolis, just steps from the courthouse, with readily accessible parking.