Protecting Your Interests In High-Asset Divorce
While all divorces are difficult, high-asset divorces are more complex, and the consequences of making a mistake are severe. If not properly executed, you may miss out on substantial assets that could impact your future financial security. Roderick Linton Belfance, LLP, is well-equipped to manage even the most complicated divorce cases. We ensure that you receive the best settlement possible.
Addressing The Unique Considerations Of High-Asset Divorce
Legally, all Ohio divorces follow the same procedures; however, when you execute a high-asset divorce, you may face additional challenges, including:
- Identifying and valuing substantially more assets
- Executing complicated property division
- Evaluating and dividing investments
- Uncovering hidden assets
- Determining the fate of businesses owned by both spouses
- Dividing complex retirement portfolios
- Understanding how trusts, and other estate planning tools, impact your case
Families with significant means tend to employ more complex estate planning tools and investment options. These can substantially impact a divorce settlement, and require an experienced attorney who understands what questions to ask, where to look and how to negotiate on your behalf.
Developing Personalized Case Strategies
Our family law attorneys value you as an individual and do not treat you as another case number. We carefully evaluate your circumstances, and collaborate with you to develop meaningful case goals. With decades of experience, we understand how to strategically pursue your best interests and exceed expectations.
The lawyers of Roderick Linton Belfance, LLP, can strongly negotiate on your behalf, or aggressively represent you in court. We tailor our approach to meet your needs and provide quality, cost-effective legal representation. We take pride in providing you with the skilled legal representation of a big-city firm, while maintaining affordable counsel.
Speak With Our Experienced Legal Team
We advise clients from before the divorce’s initialization through completion and post-divorce modifications. Contact us before you begin the divorce process. Our firm can provide you with key advice of how you protect your chances of a favorable settlement while you prepare for divorce.