Portland Complex Property Division Divorce Attorney
At the Law Offices of Paul F. Sherman, we offer exceptional legal services to divorce clients who have complex property division issues. Issues regarding property division, child custody, and support are crucial in many divorces. Mr. Sherman pursues effective outcomes for clients with larger estates, multiple properties, and other marital assets that contribute to complex property division.
If you would like to learn more about our legal services in pursuit of effective property division outcomes, contact property division lawyer Paul F. Sherman today.
Complex marital assets are common among clients who have higher incomes, family businesses, multiple properties, and other sources of wealth. Mr. Sherman is highly skilled at uncovering hidden assets. When one spouse has controlled the majority of the finances, the other spouse can often be unaware of their actual financial status. Assets and property can be uncovered in:
- Family businesses
- Multiple properties
- Real estate
- Stocks and stock options
- Retirement plans
Mr. Sherman can help clients obtain fair property division results in court or through arbitration or mediation. He is intimately familiar with the jurisdictional differences between Oregon, Washington and California. Oregon is not a community property state; Washington and California are. There are other practices that vary greatly even among counties. It is important to obtain a qualified attorney who is skilled at all levels of the court system and within the jurisdiction that your case may be heard. With over 23 years of experience representing clients in contested and uncontested divorce, Mr. Sherman offers high quality legal representation that clients can count on.
Contact Paul F. Sherman for Advice Regarding Your Marital Estate
We know you have more questions and we have answers. If you would like more information regarding the division of your marital estate call the Law Offices of Paul F. Sherman at (503) 223-8441 or Contact Us today for a free complex property division consultation.