Real Estate Attorneys for Your Property Rights

After issues of child custody and child support, division of property and debt is often the most important part of a divorce. Both spouses want to maximize the amount of property they will receive, and in rare cases a party will go to great lengths to do so by hiding assets or taking other actions that are unfair to the other. By working with an experienced Arizona property division and real estate attorney, you can make sure that your rights are protected.

At the law office of Gary J. Frank, P.C., we have more than 30 years of experience handling property division issues in Arizona, which is a community property state. We work hard to make sure that our clients are treated fairly during a process that can sometimes be contentious. When necessary, we can employ forensic CPA’s or other experts to make sure that all the assets belonging to the marital community are identified. Our goal is to locate and value each asset and debt involved in a divorce case and help you get the fair treatment you deserve.

Our Approach to Dividing Marital Property

Our attorneys take a thoughtful, detail-oriented approach to dividing property in divorce cases. Our firm frequently brings in experts, such as divorce financial planners, business valuation experts and property appraisers, to help locate and fairly value a couple’s assets, and to help our client plan for the future.

We work with couples of all backgrounds, from those with modest assets to those with complex estates. Every client gets our full attention and respect throughout the divorce process. We work closely with each client to reach a fair property settlement that takes into account:

  • The family home
  • Real estate holdings
  • Business property, inventory and appreciation
  • Pension plans and retirement accounts
  • Stock options
  • Bank and brokerage accounts
  • Vehicles
  • Art, jewelry and valuable personal items
  • Marital debts

Contact a Marital Property Division Lawyer

Whether your divorce and property issues can be resolved amicably through mediation, or must instead be taken to court, you can rely on our professional legal representation to protect you every step of the way.

To arrange your consultation, call 602-282-3610 or contact our Phoenix law firm online.

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