What Is Commingling Assets?
Commingling assets can become an important issue in property division matters. One of the most common examples of commingling is when one spouse puts his or her own money into a marital asset. When a couple divorces, a diligent attorney will fight to recover commingled portion in the property division settlement.
At Stange Law Firm, PC, we have extensive experience in all types of complex property division matters. We have a complete understanding of the law in these matters, and we work diligently to see that you receive a fair settlement that fully accommodates the needs of you and your children as you move into this new phase of your life.
Representing Clients On Both Sides Of Commingling Issues
If you are the spouse whose property was commingled, we can seek the assistance of forensic accountants who will work to track the source of the money and help us prove that it was yours. If you are the spouse who benefited from the commingling, we have strategies that we can employ to give you a better chance of keeping it in the marital estate.
Regardless of which side of the matter you might be on, you have a definite interest in the outcome of a commingling case. We will present the strongest possible argument in an effort to protect your interests.
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