Marital Property Division For High-Asset Families
The division of community property, or property acquired during a marriage, can be complicated in any divorce or legal separation. However, when the situation involves significant property and wealth, the task becomes even more difficult. Dividing a large community estate requires financial experience and an aggressive style that not all family law attorneys possess.
My name is Mike Darlington. I have extensive experience in division of complex property in connection with divorce and legal separation proceedings. Armed with over 35 years of legal experience, I vigorously pursue my clients’ rights to marital property and reimbursement.
Lawyer With Real World Experience
I have handled several high net worth divorce cases. My extensive experience with these cases helps me aggressively pursue your fair share of complex property assets, including:
- Real estate, including foreclosures and short sales
- Family businesses
- Retirement accounts and pensions
- Stock options
- Inheritance and gifts received during a marriage
- Spousal or child support paid during a marriage
As your lawyer, I will keep you informed of all aspects of your complex property division case, paying particular attention to tax ramifications.
Property Division Demands Financial Knowledge
To maximize your share of the community property, it is essential to ensure your assets are properly valued. Determining property value requires comprehension of complex financial principles.
Prior to practicing law, I worked in the mortgage, finance and banking industry for 20 years. This experience gave me in-depth understanding of mathematical principles commonly utilized in divorce and property division cases. I use my legal and financial knowledge to help clients like you.
Trusted Qualified Legal Representation Since 1984
Your property and reimbursement rights are too important to leave to an inexperienced lawyer. Contact me online or call my office in Redding, California, at 530-536-2865 to schedule a free initial consultation regarding complex property division/equitable distribution.
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