A divorce can be emotionally and financially complicated, particularly when dealing with the issues of property division. Our attorneys can assist clients in protecting their assets and future financial security after a divorce.You need an attorney who is experienced in divorce matters and can help you protect your assets, defend your rights, and assist you in feeling secure in your financial outcome. Whether you have a significant quantity of assets requiring a complex division, want to keep your home or are worried about payments of spousal support, we can assist you. We will make sure that your assets are protected so you can confidently move forward into your future after your property is divided.

You can be confident with our guidance with any of the following:

  • Division of assets and liabilities
  • Real estate both residential and commercial
  • Retirement, QDROs and 401(k)s
  • Pensions and stocks
  • Community property
  • Prenuptial agreement issues

Michigan state laws determine how property will be divided at the time of divorce. You want an attorney who has an in-depth knowledge of the relevant law and experience with the courts to help you defend your rights in your divorce. Our property division attorneys can protect your financial security so that you can confidently look forward after a divorce.

If you believe that your spouse is hiding or concealing assets, we can assist you in a thorough investigation of their income and potential hidden assets using forensic accountants and other experts. We will use our experience, expertise and commitment to ensure that you receive a just share after a divorce. We’ll help you protect your assets and rights.

If you are worried about your financial security after a divorce, want to ensure that you have custody of your children, or you need an attorney to help you modify a former court order, we can help you get the results you want.

What Is A QDRO?

A QDRO is a “qualified domestic relations order.” This is needed for any couple who are divorcing and have an existing retirement plan. For example, if your spouse has a retirement plan as a Michigan state employee, you will not be entitled to any of the benefits from this plan unless you get a proper QDRO in place. Our experienced divorce attorneys handle QDRO issues and can discuss your specific situation with you.