If you are going through a divorce in Illinois, a general rule is that anything acquired during the marriage is considered marital property. In many cases, this applies to your assets and personal investments, such as retirement accounts, brokerage accounts, and any stocks you acquired while you were married. However, there are exceptions to every rule.
With a team of experienced divorce attorneys at Sullivan Taylor and Gumina, P.C., helping people in DuPage, Cook, Kane, Will and Kendall Counties, you may be able to protect certain assets and investments and avoid mistakes in a divorce settlement.
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Many divorce disputes include confusion over who owns what and what belongs to whom. This is especially complicated by divorcing couples who own businesses together. Our attorneys seek out the best possible resolution for our clients by enlisting the help of certified professionals such as business appraisers, forensic accountants, and other financial experts in order to ensure that assets and long-term investments stay with our clients.
There are some assets that can be considered jointly-owned in a marriage, regardless of whose name is on the bank account or title to the property. If an asset was acquired during the marriage, it may be subject to division in a divorce, with the possible exception of any assets received as a gift or as an inheritance during the marriage. Those assets may be considered non-marital property and might be protected, as well as assets and investments protected before marriage by pre-nuptial agreements. Sullivan Taylor and Gumina, P.C. represents clients who need knowledgeable divorce attorneys to protect their assets, including:
If you have any doubts about how to protect your assets or financial investments, contact asset protection divorce attorneys in Naperville, DuPage County, Illinois. We can advise you on how your investments can be protected in a divorce. Don't delay. Call us today at (630) 756-5112.