Attorney Clark’s background in finance and accounting lends him a unique perspective on property issues.  Identifying the "marital estate" depends on the facts of each case, a number of statutory factors, and often the preferences of the presiding judge.  A critical part of resolving a divorce involves the equitable division of that marital estate, which can range from as little as dividing jointly-owned poperty acquired during the marriage to as much as all property ever acquired by both spouses, as well as anticipated inheritances, life insurance proceeds, and other expectancies.

Further complications may arise in cases where the marital property includes derivative equity interests, assets that may have been "hidden" by one spouse, or income or assets whose value may be distorted due to a party's self-employment or interest in a closely held business entity.  Attorney Clark is especially skilled at drilling down to the bottom line in such cases.





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