Connecticut law provides that the Family Court shall equitably distribute all the assets and liabilities of both spouses, whether owned jointly or individually. This includes, for example, real estate interests, business interests, pensions, deferred income plans, securities (including options), personal injury awards, gifts and inheritances, interests in trusts (current and future, vested or contingent) and numerous other financial interests.
- Discovery, identification and valuation of all assets and liabilities of the marriage
- Negotiation and litigation of issues of inclusion, exclusion and valuation of assets
- Negotiation and litigation of distribution of assets between spouses
- Includes involvement of forensic accountants/valuation experts