Most individuals facing a divorce will have to deal with some amount of asset and property division. While people often overlook it, retirement assets are often one of the largest items for division. Regardless of the value of the assets or property, negotiating this area of family law can be complex and stressful. An experienced attorney is necessary to avoid unnecessary contention.
At the Law Office Of Robert A. Skovgaard, I am committed to providing strong attention to detail and precise calculations in an effort to develop a fair division of assets. For more than 40 years, I have been helping my clients understand the process of property and asset division so that they may develop realistic expectations.
Retain A Detailed Fairfield County Property Division Lawyer
I will carefully review the financial circumstances of you and your spouse. I will discuss with you your goals and concerns for the future. I will advise you as to the realistic results that you can expect to obtain regarding the division of the following property and assets:
- Real estate
- Bank accounts and investment accounts
- Retirement funds, IRAs, pensions, 401(k), 403(b)
- 529 accounts
- Stock options
- Family businesses
- Sole proprietorships
- Other assets
I help to empower my clients to defend their best interests and to know when to stand their ground and when to compromise. At the same time, I am always ready and able to negotiate or litigate any issue important to my client.
Contact The Law Office Of Robert A. Skovgaard For A Free Initial Consultation
Conveniently located near the courthouse, my Stamford office is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, and I offer evening and weekend appointments. To speak with a Connecticut marital asset division lawyer, email or call my firm at 203-883-4506 or toll-free at 877-380-5663.