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Property Valuation and Division During Divorce

If you are considering divorce or are already in the process of ending your marriage, division of marital property is a major concern. The division of marital property is conducted differently in each state. Arizona is a community property state. This means the focus is on a 50/50 division of marital property.

How the “numbers” are calculated and put together is critical to achieving your outcome goals.

At the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., we are able to provide our Southern Arizona divorce clients with more than just an experienced lawyer; we provide an experienced family law lawyer who also worked as a corporate financial analyst for more than a decade before attending law school. Put Attorney Montoya’s experience, skill and dedication to work for you. Contact our Tucson offices today.

Division of Marital Property

Division of marital property is about inventorying the assets of a marriage and valuating them correctly so that asset division and debt division can be accomplished fairly. Divorcing couples can decide how they want to do this for themselves or can have a judge decide for them.

Attorney Hector Montoya’s strong background in financial analysis enables him to take what you have, what you owe and the value of assets such as your home, investments, stocks, employee benefits, pension plans, professional practices and other businesses — and put those numbers together in the right way. This can be particularly helpful in cases involving complex assets and QDROs (Qualified Domestic Relations Order). His goal is to ensure, at the end of the divorce, assets are not divided unfairly.

One of our key strengths in this area is business valuation. There are several different ways to evaluate a business. Each one can produce a different result. Our firm works with business valuation experts to evaluate property and to make a strong case for using the method that is most advantageous to you.

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