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Experienced Bethesda Lawyers Handling Equitable Distribution Issues

In some marriages, the division of property can be done on a single sheet of paper. In other marriages, the division of property requires a business valuation with the aid of a forensic accountant and attorney. While our law firm can help you accomplish the former, it is the latter situation in which our experience and legal skill is evident.

At the Gaithersburg and Bethesda offices of The McKeon Law Firm, we have experience working with business owners, professionals and executives to work out an equitable valuation and division of marital assets during divorce.

Skilled Business Valuations for Owners and Partners

Often, business ownership on paper will include both spouses. In some cases, one spouse is the owner on paper while the other spouse is the actual managing partner. In other cases, there are other owners or partners outside the marriage. Our attorneys have experience untangling the ownership and financial equity so that both partners can move on as they desire.

Our satisfied clients include construction companies, a temp agency, doctors, dentists, CPAs and lawyers in a partnership, manufacturers, franchisees and many service industry businesses.

Our attorneys have experience with the division of assets including:

  • Retirement plans and pensions
  • Sole proprietorships
  • Second homes
  • Stock options
  • Medical or dental practices – sole or partnership
  • Partial business ownership

Equitable Distribution of Assets is not Always 50/50

In a divorce, we strive for an equitable division of assets, while recognizing that some assets are inherently different. At our law firm we look at the big picture in terms of valuation of assets and liquidity as well as lifestyle, financial goals and future earning power.

Feel Secure Placing Your Concerns in Our Hands

At The McKeon Law Firm, we replace fear with knowledge, confidence and the assurance that your divorce is being handled in the best way possible. Call our Gaithersburg law firm at either 301-417-9222 or 202-742-1800, or send us an e-mail to schedule an appointment with a lawyer. We look forward to helping you with your divorce and property division.

We have two convenient office locations, one in Gaithersburg and one in Bethesda.

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