Division of Marital Assets
Middle Tennessee Division of Marital Assets Lawyers With 30-Plus Years of Combined Experience
The property division phase of a divorce is often the most complicated. Separate pre-marital and marital assets are identified. Real estate ownership must be negotiated. Future sources of income, of a deferred or retirement nature, need to be discussed.
When “hardball” must be played in court during your contested or high net worth divorce, the lawyers to speak with in Middle Tennessee are Dotson & Taylor Attorneys at Law.
We examine every dollar, every investment, every parcel of land; investigate the possibility of hidden assets; and aggressively safeguard your interests, in and out of court.
Protect your right to a fair share of marital assets. Protect your opportunity for a sound financial future. Contact us in Murfreesboro to schedule a free consultation.
Dotson & Taylor Attorneys at Law — Practical Solutions for Your Property Settlement Legal Issues
Marital assets that could be in play during property division discussions for your Tennessee divorce include:
- Permanent, vacation and retirement residences
- Rental property
- Closely held family businesses
- Motor vehicles
- Stocks and stock options
- Savings accounts
- Retirement accounts
- Pension plans
- Domestic pets
Give yourself the best chance of starting your post-divorce life on a sound financial footing. Dotson & Taylor will fight hard to achieve your property division goals. In Middle Tennessee, call 615-890-1982 for a free initial consultation.
Contact Our Murfreesboro Property Division Attorneys
Phone and e-mail messages are promptly returned. An evening or weekend appointment is available on request.
We serve clients in Middle Tennessee cities such as Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Franklin, Brentwood, Woodbury, Hendersonville, Gallatin, Lebanon, Mount Juliet, McMinnville, Manchester, Shelbyville, Lewisburg, Spring Hill, Columbia and others throughout the counties of Rutherford, Williamson, Cannon, Dekalb, Warren, Coffee, Bedford, Maury, Sumner, Robertson and Cheatham.