If you are going through a divorce and have acquired substantial assets during your marriage, you are likely concerned about how much will go to your spouse. Likewise, if your spouse has significant assets, you might be concerned with what type of settlement you will receive.
Since 1976, the law firm of Mitchell A. Byrd, PLLC, has handled high-asset divorces throughout central and eastern Tennessee. We are committed to providing individualized attention focused on securing our clients' financial interests. Our legal team is available to address any concerns you may have about your complex divorce. Contact our law firm today to schedule a consultation with a highly skilled Chattanooga family law attorney.
High-Asset Divorce Lawyer Serving Hamilton County
In Tennessee, the court considers 12 factors — including length of the marriage and relative employability — when deciding how to divide assets in divorce. This process can be particularly complex when it comes to productive assets and other special assets, including the following:
- 401(k), IRA and pension plans
- Stocks, bonds and investment accounts
- Small businesses and business interests
- Substantial equity in the family home
- Investment and rental properties
- Vacation homes and condominiums
- Houses outside the country
- Boats and other recreational assets
Before dividing any substantial assets, we strongly recommend getting an independent appraisal of those assets. Our law firm works most frequently with Decosimo Certified Public Accountants, a leading regional accounting firm, with skills to determine the value of assets involved in a complex divorce.
The Chattanooga division of asset attorneys at our firm have a strong background pursuing an equitable distribution of martial assets. When you select our law firm, we will carefully evaluate all of your assets to make sure you obtain a fair share of your marital property.
Call 877-838-0844 to Schedule a Consultation
To discuss your property division concerns, contact our law firm online or call 877-838-0844 to schedule an in-person consultation or arrange a free preliminary telephone assessment.