In every Colorado divorce, a determination must be made regarding how the couple’s property is to be divided among the soon-to-be ex-spouses. In some cases, this can be a struggle between the two parties that must be settled by a judge. In other cases, the parties are able to agree to a division, either on their own or with the help of a neutral mediator or arbitrator.
We recently told you about a high-asset divorce where the parties were able to agree to a property division in an amicable way. Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos and his now ex-wife MacKenzie Bezos agreed to a property division settlement in which she received about $35 billion worth of Amazon stock in exchange for her giving her stakes in the Washington Post newspaper and an aerospace manufacturer to Jeff.
Experienced legal representation is always a good idea in any divorce, amicable or acrimonious. Here at the Warkentine Law Office in Broomfield, lawyer Brent Warkentine has over two decades of experience helping high-asset divorce clients with navigating the nuts and bolts of a divorce. We can help with complex processes such as assessment and division of retirement accounts and dealing with situations where the outstanding loan on real estate is greater than the value of the property.
We can help clients seeking to settle with their spouses out of court. We can also help with litigating a property division in cases where the spouses are not able to agree. We always put the interests of our clients first.
We can be contacted online or by telephone to schedule a free consultation. For more information on the services we provide, please see the high-asset divorce page on our website.