Marital dissolution is one of life’s great challenges and while a common occurrence, marital dissolution is seldom expected or prepared for. With so many details to account for, it can be difficult to keep track of them all. Selecting the right professionals is imperative to efficiently resolve the dispute.
Specifically, dividing property equitability in a marital dissolution can be a challenging task to achieve. The case becomes further complicated when one or both parties is a business owner, executive, doctor, athlete or trust fund beneficiary.
While marital dissolution may be common, the current value of your real estate and equipment, as well as the value of your investments and assets, is rarely black and white.
Our Expertise with Marital Dissolution
The family law valuation and dispute advisory experts at Sikich have the resources, experience and knowledge to serve you in your unique situation by assisting in various phases of the dispute resolution, regardless of how complex your case may be or whether you plan to settle inside or outside the courtroom. The experts at Sikich hold many distinguished credentials including the ABV, ASA, CDFA, CFE, CFP®, CPA, CVA and MAI.
Sikich’s business valuation and dispute advisory specialists draw from a wealth of experience to create and design an effective solution tailored to your situation.
The services provided by Sikich include, but are not limited to:
- Business valuations
- Income/cash flow determinations
- Forensic accounting
- Asset tracing
- Lifestyle analysis
- Real estate, machinery and other equipment appraisals
- Collaborative financial consulting
- Financial planning
- Wealth management
The skills possessed by our family law valuation and dispute advisory experts will provide you clarity throughout the process along with peace-of-mind.
Advisory services offered through Sikich Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor. General securities offered through Triad Advisors, Member FINRA/SIPC. Triad Advisors and Sikich Financial are not affiliated. Sikich LLP does not provide legal advice.