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Divorces involving high asset estates, or prodigious incomes, require divorce attorneys with specialized skills and knowledge. Our attorneys have many years of intensive experience serving high-net worth individuals, ranging from persons with extensive trust funds, Fortune 500 executives, professional athletes,  Senior Corporate Executives (including CEOs, CFOs, Presidents and Directors), entrepreneurs & owners of closely held entities. Our attorneys can help you devise and implement strategies regarding your high net worth assets that will shield you from unnecessary risk and optimize your outcome. In the courtroom, our lawyers will bring their experience in analyzing financial statements, obtaining beneficial expert reports, and cross-examining financial experts.

Particular contexts calling for specialized background in high net worth estates include:
•    Professional licenses or degrees which offer heightened earning potential 
•    Professional practices (such as the valuation of the spouse’s partnership in a law/medical practice)
•    Family businesses, & closely held entities 
•    Separate estates, involving property that a spouse came into the marriage owning or that were inherited/gifted, and are consequently excluded from property division
•    Complicated business transactions
•    Retirement assets such as stock options, IRAs, 401(k) accounts and pensions
•    Trusts
•    Extensive real estate holdings, including income-generating properties 
•    Estate division requiring sophisticated strategies to limit tax liability
•    Investments, profit sharing plans, stock options

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Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of financial principles applicable to divorce, which enables superior asset/liability allocation, discovery of hidden income/assets, optimal tax allocation and support payment litigation.  Examples of specific contexts include litigation involving:
•    Appraisal of Residential and Commercial Real Estate 
•    Valuation of Closely Held Companies
•    Forensic Accounting and/or Tracing 
•    Analysis of Diverse, Complex and/or Prodigious Classes of Assets/Liabilities
•    Arguments Regarding Upward/Downward Deviation from Guideline Support 
•    Determination of True and Actual Income 

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