What is Asset Division?
During divorce proceedings, separating parties usually have combined assets of some variety, whether it be something as traditional as dividing investments, a home or vehicles, or more complex assets like a business, debt or insurance policies.
It is a common misconception that assets are split 50/50 during a divorce, so it is important to have an experienced litigator who understands the complexities of asset division in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Salem, MA Divorce Attorney John G. DiPiano is Experienced in Asset Division
Complex legislation in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts can affect asset division during divorce proceedings. While many attorneys have experience in asset division, Attorney John G. DiPiano has literally written the book on the complexities surrounding this topic, and is known as an expert amongst his peers.
DiPiano’s experience includes:
- Asset Valuation
- Business Asset Division
- Complaints in Equity
- Complex Asset Issues
- Gifted Property
- Inherited Property
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Post Nuptial Agreements
- Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs)
- Tax Consequences
Prepare for your consultation
Many attorneys will typically ask clients to prepare a packet full of files for their first consultation, including tax returns, financial statements, information on marital property and more.
When you work with Attorney DiPiano, you can expect a different type of meeting.
An initial consultation with Attorney DiPiano is meant as an opportunity for you to get to know each other and define the issues that are most important to you, to provide information and education as to what you may expect from the divorcing process and to establish a plan for moving forward in a manner that is organized and cost-effective.
You can expect to discuss your needs as a client based on your individual situation, and will develop a tailored strategy that suits your case.
If you are interested in learning more about Attorney DiPiano’s approach to initial consultations, read this post.