For couples with substantial assets and property, the division of property component of divorce can be much more challenging than for couples with more modest marital estates. As the complexity of the marital estate increases, so too does the possibility that not all assets or property will be accounted for during the division of property.
If you suspect that your spouse is hiding assets to prevent you from receiving your fair share of the marital estate, you need to secure the representation of an attorney who understands how to handle complex estates and the issues that accompany them.
Common elements of a complex property division can include:
- Small business ownership
- Vacation homes
- Rental property
- Investment accounts
- Retirement accounts
Experienced Family Law Representation Dedicated To Protecting Your Rights And Best Interests
At the Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, attorney David Pedrazas utilizes forensic accountants to help him conduct the thorough investigations his clients need in order to ensure no assets or property is being hidden during the division of property. With more than 20 years of experience and having handled more than 1,000 divorce and family law cases, David is able to help his clients uncover hidden assets and secure a fair division of the marital estate.
Contact Salt Lake City Hidden Assets Attorney David Pedrazas
When you are facing divorce and you are concerned about the possibility of hidden assets, having an experienced attorney as your guide can be the best step you can take toward making sure that you are able to effectively pursue the resolution you need. Turn to the Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, for the skill and experience you need. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 801-263-7078 or contact us online.