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The steps to resolve a complex marital estate

Are you going through divorce? Are you dealing with a complex marital estate that is putting many challenges in your way? If you find yourself in this position, you don’t have the time to wait around and hope for the best.

Seeking the best result means taking the right steps at the right time. While a complex marital estate may have you scrambling for answers, there are things you can do to clear the air. Here are three steps to resolving problems of community and separate property as they relate to a complex marital estate:

— Identify both community and separate assets, including any that your former spouse may be hiding.

— Take the steps necessary to prove that an asset should be considered community property or separate property. In other words, you may not agree with your former partner.

— Establish a valuation for each asset subject to property division.

Taking these steps will not automatically resolve a complex marital estate, but it can go a long way in putting you on the right track.

The problem with a complex marital estate is that you are not going to see eye to eye with your former spouse. He or she will want one thing while you have a different idea in mind.

If you have any questions or concerns about resolving a complex marital estate, contact us online or via phone. We know that you are facing many challenges, and we are here to provide you with the guidance you require to put all of these problems in the past once and for all.

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