Property Division of Complex Assets
Providing Strategic Solutions in Complex Property Division Disputes in Lee County
How your assets are divided between you and your ex-spouse will have a significant impact on your financial security in the years following your divorce judgment. If you have been financially successful and your marital property includes complex investments, real estate and business holdings, making sure you have the right lawyer to protect your interests is critical.
Under the direction of attorney Ian Mann, our law firm has earned a reputation for aggressive representation based on common-sense solutions. Attorney Mann is an experienced and successful litigation attorney with an in-depth understanding of the issues related to how property laws affect marital property and debt division.
No Matter How Complex Your Marital Estate Is, We Are Ready To Help
Call us with your questions about resolving your complex property division. Our experience includes settlements and litigation related to:
- Qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO), retirement savings and pensions
- Business partnerships, business debt and investments
- Executive bonuses and deferred compensation
- Real estate holdings
- Commingled separate property protected by a prenuptial agreement
- Uncovering hidden assets
Your property settlement may affect spousal maintenance. We will work with you to help you understand the tradeoffs, advantages and disadvantages of each decision.
A Law Firm Committed To Honest, Effective Representation
In Florida divorces, marital property divisions cannot be modified after the divorce, except under very specific conditions. We start every divorce case by listening to our clients’ concerns about the present and needs for their futures. You will find us to be open with our communication, compassionate in the way we work with you and your family and effective in the strategies we employ to protect your rights and interests.
We’re conveniently located in downtown Fort Myers, just one block from the federal and state courthouses.