Intellectual property can be one of the most contested possessions that is divided in a divorce. If you created or acquired a piece of intellectual property during a divorce, such as a work of art, literature, or invention, then it could be subject to this process in Michigan. These assets may be intangible, and may not even be worth a lot at the time of the divorce, but their potential increase in value can make them some of your most important pieces of property.
An experienced Oakland County divorce mediator may be able to assist you with coming to a positive resolution to this often-complex issue. Edward Shaw, Attorney-Mediator at Civilized Divorce has substantial experience helping couples divide their property in a way that is both mutually-beneficial and looks after their best interests. He understands the difficulties that can arise from potentially high-value intellectual assets, and works diligently to help you reach a conclusion without the need of expensive and time-consuming courtroom litigation.