Lexington Complex Property Division Attorney
If you fear that your views are not being heard in predivorce conversations about equitable distribution of marital assets, property and debts, you need a strong voice on your side that only a dedicated legal professional can provide.
The experienced family law attorney who skillfully assists with the complex property division portion of your Kentucky high-asset divorce is Lisa L. Johnson, founder of the Lisa L. Johnson, Attorney at Law, law firm in Lexington.
When you retain our law office to represent you during complex property division discussions for a contested or high-stakes divorce, you reap the benefits of our detail-minded investigation, assertive advocacy customized to suit your specific needs and personal attention to your questions. Lisa L. Johnson is your solid source of guidance and support throughout the legal process.
We look forward to discussing your property division needs in confidence at your initial consultation. Schedule your case evaluation by calling our office at 859-255-0048.
Practical Solutions, Personal Service That Protect Your Rights
As your attorney, Lisa L. Johnson uses her over 30 years experience, and in-depth knowledge of family law, as your advocate in the division of:
- Real estate — primary, vacation and retirement residences, rental property, undeveloped land, farms and ranches, and other properties
- Closely held family businesses — whose value must be accurately assessed by specialists in valuation
- Motor vehicles, private aircraft and boats
- Retirement income, stocks and bonds, stock options, deferred income and holdings outside the U.S.
- Inheritances, family heirlooms, collectibles and memberships
Do you suspect that the spouse you are divorcing is concealing assets in another country, in an offshore account or in someone else’s name? Our office can access the assistance of forensic accountants who know how to locate these assets and hold the party accountable.
Perhaps your differences over property division could be resolved outside the traditional courtroom setting — through mediation. Lisa L. Johnson can mediate or represent clients in dispute resolution of any divorce or family law issue. This method is less stressful, less expensive and more private than arguments before a judge, and gives you more control over the outcome.