What Are Complex Asset Issues?

Some cases present with complex asset issues that may include such matters as the valuation and division of foreign assets, discovery of hidden assets, valuation of stock options, division of stock options, restricted stock units, division of stock holdings, mutual fund division, retirement asset division, ERISA protected assets and Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, together with and balancing the overall division while retaining asset holding diversification, if diversification is preferred.

Attorney DiPiano is familiar with such issues, having handled a variety of said matters throughout his career. Inexperience or inability in dealing with complex asset division issues can cost you dearly, either as a payor or payee.

Salem, MA Divorce Attorney John G. DiPiano is Experienced in Complex Asset Issues

If you are faced with Complex Asset Valuation and Complex Asset Division Issues, you will benefit from a seasoned Massachusetts Divorce Lawyer who is not only familiar with the issues, but who is well connected to a variety of experts, inclusive of Real Estate Appraisers, Business Appraisers, Forensic Accountants, Certified Public Accountants, and other such professionals.  Over the years, Salem Divorce Attorney John G. DiPiano has confronted complex asset issues in a variety of cases.

Prepare for your consultation

Many attorneys will typically ask clients to prepare a packet full of files for their first consultation, including tax returns, financial statements, information on marital property and more.

When you work with Attorney DiPiano, you can expect a different type of meeting.

An initial consultation with Attorney DiPiano is meant as an opportunity for you to get to know each other and define the issues that are most important to you, to provide information and education as to what you may expect from the divorcing process and to establish a plan for moving forward in a manner that is organized and cost-effective.

You can expect to discuss your needs as a client based on your individual situation and will develop a tailored strategy that suits your case.  

If you are interested in learning more about Attorney DiPiano’s approach to initial consultations, read this post.

Ready to meet?

Contact Attorney John G. DiPiano’s office at (978)877-5159 or send an email to jdipiano@probateandfamily.com to schedule your consultation.