When Estates And Family Businesses Need To Be Divided
Property division can transform the most cooperative of divorces into a battle. At the law office of Linda K. Wray in Edina, Minnesota, we spend time identifying all assets and properly valuing them. Linda then works with clients to determine their interests, needs and goals with respect to property. Linda is an experienced negotiator and frequently uses a problem-solving approach involving the development of creative solutions to resolve issues on a win-win basis, without court involvement. However, when necessary, she will vigorously litigate to protect your rights and secure your financial future.
Property division is not a simple matter, whether it involves modest possessions or extensive and complex assets. Many divorces involve nonmarital tracing (separating out assets owned prior to the marriage or received as a gift or inheritance), real estate sales or transfers, and division of retirement plans.
Linda K. Wray is an accomplished divorce attorney, skilled at assisting clients with tracing nonmarital interests and determining an equitable and financially sound allocation of assets. For those cases that require the expertise of a financial professional, Linda is experienced working with CPAs, business valuation experts, tax attorneys, actuaries, financial planners and certified divorce financial analysts, and will bring them into your case when needed.
Dealing With The Financial Implications Of Divorce
At the law office of Linda K. Wray, we work closely with clients so they have an understanding and are part of the decision-making process regarding the division of their assets. Linda takes care to assist clients with assessing the impact of various options for dividing assets on their future. She is sensitive to the emotional and personal matters clients must attend to during a divorce and also recognizes that this is a time when clients can begin to take control of their financial future.
Protecting Your Rights Regarding Property Division
For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding property division, nonmarital tracing and marital assets, please contact us.