Division Of Stocks/Mutual Funds/Investment Accounts

More complex assets such as stocks, mutual funds and investment accounts require a thorough analysis by a highly knowledgeable family law attorney prior to the division of this property. Not every family law attorney grasps the nuances that are inherent with these types of assets. You cannot afford to make a mistake when such valuable assets are on the line.

Division Of Stock Options

A key issue in discerning the appropriate outcome regarding stock options acquired during the marriage is the question of whether they are for past or current services or to secure future employment. It is critical that your attorney thoroughly and accurately assess the circumstances in which employer provided those stock options that frequently require a review of employment documents.

Division Of Mutual Funds And Investment Accounts

The key issues of the appropriate division of mutual funds and investment funds are:

  • Did the fund exist prior to or was it acquired during the marriage?
  • What portion of the return on the fund was accrued based on contributions that were made prior to or during the marriage?

Creative Solutions For Your Individual Needs

At DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC, our attorneys are highly skilled at investigating and analyzing the circumstances surrounding complex and substantial assets. With 30 years of combined experience, we understand how to appropriately characterize assets to help our clients achieve their goals regarding the division of property.

Founding attorney DeShon Pullen brings an exceptional level of skill and knowledge and is a certified Family Law Specialist by the State Bar of Arizona.

Contact The Scottsdale Division Of Complex Assets Attorneys Of DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC

When you face the division of stocks, mutual funds and/or investment accounts, choose the right attorney to ensure that your rights are protected. Turn to the Phoenix complex property division attorneys of DeShon Laraye Pullen PLC. To schedule an initial consultation, call 602-626-9552, 800-409-0262 or contact our office online.