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Experienced Judgment in Complex Property Division

Property division forms an important part of the advice our office delivers to our divorce clients. In fact, for more than a quarter of a century, our firm’s founding attorney, Lori Crystal, has assisted divorcing people with their legal needs throughout Douglas County.

Our breadth of experience means we know how to handle those assets that might not fit the usual categories involved in a divorce. If you have substantial assets, difficult to value assets, or some other kind of property that is out of the ordinary, you can depend on us to protect your rights to that property during the divorce process.

This is particularly important because here in Colorado, property is divided equitably, meaning, not equally (as many people mistakenly think), but fairly. Of course, what you might consider fair might be considerably different from what your spouse or the court might consider fair, so it best you have someone advocating for you.

A Team Approach

At the Law Office of Lori Crystal, LLC, we can draw on a number of disciplines to help you resolve your complex property division needs. We regularly work with other professionals, including accountants, investigators, and even other attorneys.

That comprehensive approach enables us to provide you with the intelligent guidance you need when putting the right value on any number of sophisticated asset issues, including, for instance, those situations involving:

Not every sophisticated property issue has to be taken to court. With our office, however, you can count on us to help you understand your legal options. We will always speak candidly with you, for instance, about whether going to trial would best protect your rights or whether a negotiated settlement would better meet your goals.

Would a Consultation Help?

You can learn more about how a lawyer can help you during your initial consultation with us. To schedule yours, you can call us.