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Complex Property Division Attorney Fairfield County

If your pending divorce will include complex issues regarding fair property division, you can rely on the experienced lawyers at Ryan & Tyma to protect your interests. We have the professional and technical resources to ensure fair valuation of securities and pension accounts, real estate assessments, and business evaluations. We have been earning recognition for our integrity and commitment to excellence, serving the divorce needs of clients for more than 25 years.

Our attorneys can help resolve complex divorce and property issues, such as the following:

  • Real estate assessments
  • Business valuation
  • Securities, pensions and investments
  • Personal belongings
  • Pre-marital property

A Prenuptial Agreement May Not Be the Last Word

Under Connecticut law, prenuptial agreements to be valid and enforceable must meet certain statutory criteria. If you are considering divorce, and have a prenuptial agreement in place regarding marital property distribution and division of assets, it is important to have it reviewed by an experienced divorce attorney. Your actual property rights under your existing agreement may differ from what you understand them to be.

Tax Implications

A common complex divorce issue involves tax implications. Getting the property you want may have tax implications that you are not fully aware of. We will work directly with your tax and accounting professional to help you determine what is truly in your best interests in a fair property settlement. Contact our offices to schedule a consultation about how we can use our experience to help you protect your interests in a complex divorce settlement.

 

Office Location

Ryan and Tyma, LLP
231 Coram Ave
Shelton, CT 06484
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The Ryan & Tyma law firm in Shelton, Connecticut, represents clients in the Lower Naugatuck valley including Shelton, Oxford, Seymour, Derby, Beacon Falls, Orange, Milford, Ansonia, West Haven, and other communities in Fairfield County Bridgeport, Stratford, Trumbull, Monroe, Newtown and New Haven County, Milford, Bethany, Woodbridge.