When You Need An Accurate Asset Valuation

Divorce Attorneys Who Have Your Interests At Heart

The asset portfolio of many New Yorkers is varied and diverse. As a result, it is critical to determine an accurate asset valuation when heading into a divorce. Having professional attorneys who are thorough in their research can make a big difference when it comes to a negotiated divorce settlement or a court-ordered settlement.

Manhattan's Peter Morris Law features attorneys who have a wide variety of experience in many areas of the law — including substantial courtroom experience. Litigation is an option that some attorneys and clients might tend to shy away from. However, in the hands of confident, resolute lawyers, bringing a case to trial can provide a distinct advantage.

Covering A Lot Of Ground On Your Behalf

When determining the full value of a couple's assets, there are many aspects to consider. Among them are:

Investment and bank accounts. Not all these accounts may be fully disclosed and the values at the time of marriage and commencement not as easily determined.

Property valuation. In addition to determining an accurate value of the primary residence, the value of any vacation properties should be assessed, as well as any investment properties. Property valuation may also include vehicles, art collections, jewelry and other significant assets.

Business valuation. The value of a business might vary wildly depending on who is performing the evaluation. It is critical to ascertain an accurate value that reflects the true underlying factors that went into building the business.

Contact Peter Morris Law for a consultation about your case and how they perform asset valuation calculations. Email them or call their office in Manhattan at 212-256-9486.