High-Asset Divorce Lawyer In Nassau County
Divorces that involve significant assets are among the most complex matrimonial law cases in New York. If you are involved in a high-asset divorce, you can benefit from working with an attorney who knows how to help you accomplish your goals without making things more complicated.
When a divorce involves a professional practice, intricate stock portfolios, a family business, or business interests, it is important that you prioritize you goals in terms of property division. At my law office in Nassau County, I offer clients practical and skilled legal representation to guide them through the divorce process, and I help them acquire the assets to which they are entitled.
Don’t spend $10 to get a penny. I help my clients focus on what is important to them in order to divide their property and finalize their divorces effectively.
Striking A Balance In A High Net Worth Divorce
While New York’s equitable distribution statute governs the property division process regardless of the size of a marital estate, high-asset divorce cases simply tend to involve more challenges than other cases.
High-asset divorces can involve a number of factors including hidden assets, complex asset valuations, stakeholders other than the two parties to the divorce, such as business partners, and prenuptial agreements.
As your high-asset divorce lawyer, I will help you take stock of your marital estate, understand your rights and options and make informed decisions about how to proceed.
While I am a Board Certified Family Law Trial Specialist* by The National Board of Trial Advocacy, I do not take all cases to trial. I do not believe it is wise for people to waste money by litigating divorce issues that are not truly important to them. I help my clients remain business-minded about their property disputes, in order to make logical and practical decisions rather than emotional ones. Of course, it is also important that my clients are not intimidated by the other party’s demands or misled about the assets to which they are rightfully entitled.
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*The National Board of Trial Advocacy is not affiliated with any governmental authority. Certification is not a requirement for the practice of law in the State of New York and does not necessarily indicate greater competence than other attorneys experienced in this field of law.