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Protecting Your Interests Throughout The Complex Property Division Process

Property division is often one of the most complex aspects of the divorce process. When a divorcing couple has large and complex assets, they need an experienced attorney to help them protect their rights and navigate the process.

At McKinnish Law Group, our Knoxville complex property division lawyers have decades of combined experience fighting to protect the rights of our clients. From the courtroom to the negotiating table, you can trust our reputation of strong advocacy that we apply in every case. We take the time to get to know you, listen to your concerns and thoroughly evaluate your case. When you work with us, we will fight aggressively to help you meet your goals.

Legal Guidance You Can Trust

In Tennessee, courts divide property equitably, to ensure that both parties have a fair share of their shared assets. However, equitable does not mean a 50/50 division of property. In divorces with complex or large assets, it can be challenging to determine how to divide a couple’s property.

Complex estates often include a variety of large or unique assets, including:

  • Investment holdings
  • Multiple real estate properties
  • Businesses
  • A large art or vehicle collection
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Pensions and retirement accounts

If you or your spouse own a business, it must go through the valuation process with a forensic accountant or other specialist. An appraiser will consider the business’s earnings, expenses, debts and other factors to determine the fair value of the company. We will then evaluate and consider everything when negotiating your divorce settlement. A simple oversight can cost you valuable money and property that you deserve.

Contact Us Today To Get Started On Your Case

The outcome of your divorce settlement can have a tremendous impact on the rest of your life and your financial security. At McKinnish Law Group, our attorneys have the dedication and experience to help you through the complex property division process. To learn more about how we can help you, call us at 865-229-9854 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consultation.