What’s The Stock Worth?
Parsing The Portfolio
Many of our high-asset clients count stock options as part of their compensation package. Such options may be a large part of your retirement plan. But dividing stock options in divorce can be complex and a source of contention among parties to a divorce, particularly if they have not yet vested.
The Uncertain Value Of Unvested Stock Options
There remains a fair amount of leeway under Georgia law in determining whether unvested stock options are marital property, and if so, what their value would be. Our attorneys have been handling complex and high-asset divorces for more than 30 years. Our firm regularly handles issues involving employee compensation matters, including the division of 401(k)s, pensions, stock options and other employee benefits.
With our team, you can rest assured that you will get a comprehensive valuation of the unvested stock options at issue and a thorough analysis of Georgia law as it applies to your situation.
The Basics Of Dividing Stock Options In Divorce
The most important questions regarding stock options in divorce are:
Protect Your Financial Future: Call Today
Because determining the appropriate value and classification of stock options can be vital to protecting your financial future, you need an attorney who is familiar with this complex area of the law. Our team has been practicing law in Cobb County since 1986. We are a respected part of the community and have helped numerous clients successfully protect their financial futures when dividing complex assets. You can schedule an initial consultation at 770-425-5573 or reach our Marietta office confidentially online here.