Distinguishing Separate Property In A Divorce
There are many misconceptions about property division in divorce. Chief among these is the idea that any property in an individual’s name will be considered separate property. This is not always the case, and the expertise of a skilled family law attorney is essential in identifying what you may be able to claim and what may be beyond your reach.
Complex Marital Estates
At Front Range Family Law, founding attorney Rebecca Gumaer assists clients who need help identifying, cataloging and appraising all property in the divorce. Ms. Gumaer then considers all of the facts involved in order to determine what property constitutes marital property and what constitutes separate property and moves forward with ensuring appropriate compensation for clients.
Divorces in which high income spouses are attempting to untangle jointly owned first and second homes, cars, boats, planes and small businesses require discrete and comprehensive legal representation. The potential for discord and division is greater in high net worth divorces. Through zealous advocacy and discretion, the Jefferson County law firm of Rebecca Gumaer strikes the perfect balance between sophisticated legal representation and excellent legal outcomes.
Marital Property Versus Separate Property
The high-asset divorce component of our family law practice assists clients who have some or all of the following:
- Joint businesses
- Motor vehicles
- Primary homes
- Vacation homes
We have successfully served high-asset clients in the Denver Highlands because we have access to a network of business valuation experts and financial advisers. Key to the success of Front Range Family Law has been our team approach. Each individual case is assigned to founding attorney Rebecca Gumaer. After selecting appropriate support staff and financial experts, Ms. Gumaer then builds a team of individuals who will work on your case from its inception to completion. With this consistent approach, she has been able to produce excellent outcomes.
Contact Marital Property Attorney Rebecca Gumaer
At Front Range Family Law, we identify all of the potential financial consequences of a divorce. We will help you assert your rights over marital property and maintain your individual assets. For a free case consultation, please call 303-416-8505 or email our office.
We will get through this.