If you own a California corporation, what are the discovery rights of your ex-spouse during your divorce? What happens if both divorcing parties are shareholders in the same company? What are the tax implications of dividing stock options?
These are all complicated questions that call for highly experienced legal counsel. At Brave, Weber & Mack, APLC, we are here to provide gold-standard representation in complex asset and debt division issues. In practice since 1984, we are able to quickly identify potential problems and create effective solutions. We handle cases involving:
- Corporations and LLCs
- Family-owned businesses and family trusts
- Business assets and valuations
- Pensions, retirement accounts and 401(k)s
- Stocks and stock options
- Employee stock purchase plans
- Short sales, bankruptcy or complex debts
- Tax considerations
Locating and Valuing Significant Assets
Our San Diego complex property division attorney, Julie Mack, will work hand in hand with your business lawyer or estate adviser to make sure all of your assets are valued and transferred correctly.
Our law firm is also experienced in locating assets and tracing separate property interests. Clients have come to us with enormous portfolios of stocks and assets, and we have successfully separated the community property from the separate property, preserving assets that would otherwise have been overlooked.
Need a Solana Beach Asset Division Attorney? We Can Help
To speak to one of our attorneys about your complex asset and debt division concerns and questions, call Brave, Weber & Mack, APLC, at 858-345-2487 or e-mail us. We offer a free initial phone consultation.