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Property Division

Oregon Complex Property Division Lawyers

Divorce is an unpleasant and painful part of life for many people. After years and years of building a successful life together, it is often difficult to divide what was once community property into an equitable division of assets. In Oregon, there are many aspects that must be analyzed to determine where assets should be assigned and how to value one of a kind assets. The process is quite complex. With some property being considered marital property while other assets are considered separate property, it is easy to see why having a complex property division attorney is a must in these situations.

The objective of a complex property division attorney is to minimize tax implications, keep assets intact such as businesses and preserve capital and cash flows.

Dividing Carefully, Maintaining Value

Successful couples who are going through a divorce, including doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, actors and professional athletes often require the services of a complex property division attorney such as those found atHobson and Associates. They turn to us because we have the knowledge and experience necessary to provide quality representation and discretion while we work through the division of the assets.

These are the most common asset types Hobson and Associates are skilled and experienced in valuing and dividing:

Real property, primary residences, vacation homes, condos, etc.

Retirement accounts

Business valuations

Investments

Stock options

Insurance policies

Intellectual property

Inheritances

Furnishings

Vehicles

Trusts

Art

What is Equitable Distribution?

Oregon, like many other states, is an equitable distribution state. This means that all marital assets must be evaluated, valued and equitably distributed. However, equitable does not necessarily mean equal distribution. The definition behind equitable in the eyes of the Oregon court system means fair. This means that the court system has a great amount of latitude when it comes to determining what is a fair and equitable distribution of the assets, depending on the unique set of circumstances of each case. Meaning that each asset is reviewed and all circumstances are weighed before determining how it is divided. For instance, companies owned and managed by one member of the married couple may be divided in favor of one spouse over the other if there is a vested interest by one party.

Hobson and Associates is considered one of the premier complex divorce firms in the Portland area. We have handled many complex divorce property division cases and have handled many difficult problems including inheritances and commingled accounts. We are very good at what we do and are confident that our services will exceed your expectations.

Our divorce attorneys are well respected in our field based on our experience and the high level of analytical power we offer to our clients when it comes to property valuation and division. If you are in the process of a divorce and need a complex property division expert to help you untangle your marital assets, contact the offices of Hobson and Associates online or at 503-649-6333 and let us review your case.


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