Marital Property Division In Los Angeles

Marital Property Division By Identification, Characterization And Valuation Of Assets.

In many divorce cases involving high net worth and substantial personal assets, determining how property should be characterized (community or noncommunity), valued and divided requires specialized legal expertise and experience. Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has earned a reputation among opposing attorneys and family law professionals for our capacity to investigate and prepare cases for high-asset settlement and litigation.

We have a successful record representing clients with complex asset issues involving business valuations, assets characterization, tax implications and other financial details. We have the professional skills and experience as well as a team of financial consultants and experts to assets us in analyzing your financial estate. To ensure a fair settlement, you should have the top marital property division lawyer Los Angeles has to offer. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Marital Property Division – Tangibles And Intangibles

Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has been providing effective divorce representation in complex marital property division cases since 1995. Contact us for a consultation. We have offices conveniently located in Century City and Orange County.

In any marital property division case, many items have a simple valuation number, however, in some cases involving large assets such as business ownership, judges must also determine the value of professional goodwill – the expectation of continued patronage by existing customers.

It is an intangible asset, however, in the context of professional practice or business, it must be considered as part of the total value of marital property assets. Our legal team has over 25 years of experience and success in these specific kinds of cases. After the consultation, we carefully pair you with one of our experienced family law attorneys and personalize a strategy to get the best result for your particular Los Angeles marital property division case.

Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has extensive litigation experience in all areas of a high-asset divorce involving marital property division issues:

  • Marital property characterization, valuation and division
  • Nondisclosure of financial data, breach of fiduciary duty
  • Business valuation
  • Tax issues and implications related to marital dissolution
  • Legal issues involving prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Post-judgment modifications