Tucson Property Division Attorneys
Complex Property Division
The manner in which property is divided in a divorce can have a significant impact on your financial security and wellbeing. At Goldstein & Scopellite, PC, we consider all financial issues that may affect our clients in a divorce, including division of property, allocation of debt, child support and other important factors.
Our attorneys are adept at handling complex property division issues that may arise in a divorce, including:
- Valuation of a closely held business
- Division of retirement accounts
- Division of stocks and investment funds
- Commingling of community property and separate property
- Valuation of real estate
- Sale or re-finance of the marital home
- Child support in all types of cases, including those with a self-employed spouse
We have the experience and expertise necessary to provide the sophisticated representation your case demands. To speak with a Tucson divorce attorney, contact Goldstein & Scopellite, PC.
Property Division in Texas
Texas is a community property state. Property acquired during a marriage is typically community property. Certain exceptions exist, including property gained by inheritance during a marriage.
Separate property is any property acquired prior to marriage and limited types of property acquired during marriage (e.g. gifts, inheritance and certain proceeds from a spouse’s personal injury claim). Complications arise, however, when separate property is commingled with community property. When necessary, we have the ability to retain forensic accountants and other financial professionals to assist with these and other complex property division issues.
No-Fault Divorce and Fault-Based Divorce
In Texas, you may file for a no-fault divorce or a fault-based divorce. Since the existence of fault can have an impact on the division of the marital estate, it is critical that you receive sound advice and experienced representation from a highly qualified divorce lawyer.
Contact Goldstein & Scopellite
If you need to speak with an experienced divorce lawyer about your case, please contact Goldstein & Scopellite, PC, in Tucson, Arizona. We may be reached at (520) 202-0392. You may also contact us by e-mail.