North Shore, Massachusetts, Marital Property Distribution Lawyer

Attorney

As you consider divorce, you naturally wish to have the strongest possible finances once your divorce is complete. You likely have several ideas and goals regarding marital property. The division of marital property, though, is highly complex; numerous tax, valuation and other considerations need to be considered at each step.

Boston, Massachusetts, marital property distribution attorney Annette Baker Doolin of the Law Office of Annette Baker Doolin can assist you throughout the property division. We can strategically address the many issues that can arise during the division of homes, real estate holdings, retirement assets and other key assets:

  • Do you wish to retain your home, or do you wish for your spouse and children to remain in the family home? We can help you understand the financial implications of all options regarding your home.
  • Does your divorce involve a family-owned business? Partnership interests, taxes and other issues may arise. We have helped dozens of clients faced with the valuation and transfer of professional associations and other businesses.
  • Do you and your spouse own stocks? Their current face value may be just a small part of their story. For instance, two sets of stocks may be of equal current value. They may, however, have grown in value at different rates. This means that one may be subject to substantial capital gains taxes while the other is not.

Attorney Doolin can determine the accurate value of all marital property, then work with you to devise a property division strategy that meets your property goals while taking tax and other issues into consideration. For more information, please contact me.

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The Law Office of Annette Baker Doolin is located in Beverly's Cummings Center, an award-winning restoration of the former United Shoe Machinery plant. The Cummings Center features free parking, easy access by the MBTA bus and North Shore commuter rail, and convenient access via routes 1-A, 62 or 128.

We accept all major credit cards, and we are easily reached: simply call 978-712-4268 or complete the online form on our contact us page.