In Connecticut, assets owned by either of the parties or by the parties together are to be divided equitably between them. Assets include things such as real estate, bank accounts, investment portfolios, pensions and other retirement accounts, trust interests and business ownership. A key component of our work is to accumulate information about each party’s assets, income and all relevant financial circumstances. Once discovered and valued we will work with you to use this information in light of the facts of your case and Connecticut Law to reach a resolution in your best interest. When necessary, we will work with professionals who are expert in the field of valuing the assets.