COMPLEX FINANCIAL LITIGATION

Asset Division Lawyers

When large amounts of assets and investments, or a closely-held business- are involved in a divorce, it can make the proceedings more complicated, more contentious and more difficult to resolve. Quite often, disputes arise concerning the true value of these financial assets, which can result in complex financial litigation. It is important to hire a law firm with the necessary resources and legal knowledge to handle this litigation correctly.

The lawyers at Kallins Little Delgado have the experience needed to sort through complex issues in divorce, including the equitable distribution of assets and financial litigation. Attorney Melton Little is a board-certified trial attorney who has spent more than two and a half decades practicing family law in the Tampa Bay area.


Complex Financial Litigation Attorneys

At our Florida law firm, we represent clients in divorce cases that involve the following kinds of complex issues:

  • 401(k)s and retirement accounts
  • Wills and trusts
  • Investments, stocks and bonds
  • Closely held businesses
  • Reallocation of assets
  • Home equity
  • Hidden assets
  • Engagement rings

We work with accountants and business evaluators to provide accurate valuation of financial assets and to locate any assets that may have been hidden by the other party. We will evaluate the situation in order provide you with the information that you need to make decisions that are in your favor.


CONTACT US TODAY!

Our divorce and family law attorneys can advise you on matters of complex financial litigation and asset distribution. Please contact us at 941-749-1446 to schedule an appointment.

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