Helping You Resolve Complex Issues Concerning Property Division

When you are going through a divorce, you are likely concerned about the property settlement that will result once the divorce is final. Most people do not realize that under Minnesota law, the settlement reached by the parties must be considered fair to each spouse. This does not mean that each person will receive an equal amount of the couple's property. For couples with significant assets, the equitable division of marital property can be a very time-consuming and expensive process, and it is important that you know what to expect during your divorce.

At Cloutier Law Offices P.A., we have extensive experience helping spouses reach agreements concerning property division. Our lawyer, Elizabeth A. Cloutier, has been working on complex property division cases for more than 25 years. She will work together with you to develop an approach that allows you to protect your assets and emerge from your divorce in a financially positive position.

To arrange a free consultation to discuss your divorce and property division concerns, contact Cloutier Law Offices P.A. We advise and represent clients in Minneapolis, St. Paul and throughout the Twin Cities metro area.

Protecting Your Property Rights

Throughout your case, we will be there to answer your questions and provide you with advice that is created specifically for your case. We will analyze your situation to determine the steps we need to take to protect your best interests. We have worked with many financial professionals who understand the complex nature of these cases. We have helped a number of men and women resolve complex property division issues such as:

  • Examining retirement accounts and investments to determine the amount that is considered marital property
  • Working with trained business valuation professionals to gain an accurate appraisal of any family-owned business interests
  • Contemplating options for the couple concerning their marital home
  • Closely examining all of the couple's property to separate assets that one of the spouses brought into the marriage
  • The amount of spousal support that may be necessary

In many of these cases, there can be severe disagreements over what should be considered marital property. We perform a thorough review to account for all the assets that belong to a couple, and work toward finding a fair resolution to your property division concerns.

Contact Us Today For More Information About Your Case

To schedule a free consultation with our experienced family law attorney, please call our Minneapolis office at 612-332-5100 or send us an email. We represent clients throughout the Twin Cities with their property division concerns.