Thousand Oaks Complex Asset Division Lawyer
Handling Tricky Financial Issues in Ventura County Divorce Cases
The division of community property always has the potential to be a contentious issue in a divorce case, but especially when one or both spouses own assets — such as businesses, real estate and retirement accounts — that are particularly difficult to identify, value or distribute.
At the Law Offices of Susan H. Witting, we help clients pursue fair distribution of all types of community property. Thousand Oaks complex asset division attorney Susan H. Witting, a certified family law specialist, has more than 34 years of experience in this area.
Accurately Identifying and Valuing All Types of Community Property
In California, assets acquired by either spouse during their marriage are normally considered community property and subject to division in divorce. While this process can be fairly straightforward for a bank account, it can be more difficult for assets such as the following:
- Businesses, business interests and professional practices
- Self-employment and independent contractor income
- Homes, rental properties and other real estate
- Patents, trademarks, copyrights and other intellectual property
- Pension plans, 401(k) plans, IRAs and other retirement accounts
- Stock options and other deferred compensation
Ms. Witting has helped many clients pursue favorable distributions of complex assets and is prepared to work with investigators, forensic accountants and other experts, if necessary, to ensure that your or your spouse’s assets are correctly identified and valued.
Contact a California Business Valuation Attorney at 805-777-7371
Our offices are conveniently located right off the 101 freeway in Thousand Oaks, with plentiful free parking. If you need assistance dividing complex assets in your divorce, call us at 805-777-7371 or e-mail us to schedule a consultation with divorce lawyer Susan H. Witting.