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In divorce cases where there is a family business, multiple properties, or diverse assets and holdings, property division becomes more complex. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., our Rochester divorce attorneys provide the professional, experienced legal representation you need in these situations. For over 50 years, we have helped clients untangle complicated situations, helping to ensure they get what they are entitled to in a divorce settlement.
Under Chapter 552 of the Michigan Revised Statutes, any property that is earned, acquired, or otherwise accumulated during your marriage is subject to the rules of equitable property division. This ensures property and assets are divided in a fair, though not necessarily even, manner. Issues that arise in complex property division divorce cases include:
At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., we have experience in dealing with all of the above types of situations. By using accountants, forensic experts, and filing motions through the Oakland County courts, we can help you uncover hidden assets and untangle accounts, so you can get your rightful share of property in divorce proceedings.
Property division is one of the most important aspects in any divorce case, helping to ensure your financial security both now and in the years to come. Do not let yourself be cheated out of assets that are rightly yours. Reach out and contact Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. Our Rochester divorce attorneys will be happy to meet with you and review your case, advising you on the best course of action to ensure you get what you are entitled to in a settlement. Call or contact our office online today and request a free consultation to see how we can assist you. We act as a strong legal advocate on your behalf, to help ensure your rights and interests are protected.