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Protecting Your Interests In High-Asset Divorce Cases

Dividing property in high-asset and complex divorce cases is not a simple process. It requires accurately identifying and assessing the clients’ property, a thorough analysis of the rights of each of the respective parties and a thorough understanding of the clients’ long-term needs and goals. If you face a high-asset or complex divorce, you need an experienced attorney to help protect your rights and interests.

At Strauss Kallus Kimple Dumais, PLLC, in Goshen, our divorce lawyers assist clients in Orange County and the surrounding areas to protect their assets and navigate complex property divisions. As one of the few law firms focused on family and divorce law in Goshen, we have established a trusted reputation for providing excellent legal advocacy and compassionate guidance.

Finding Resolutions To Meet Your Goals

Any divorce is complicated but is made even more difficult when property division includes large or complex assets. Our attorneys will help you navigate your unique circumstances and address any complications as they arise.

Our attorneys at Strauss Kallus Kimple Dumais, PLLC, have in-depth knowledge of the significant concerns relating to high-asset divorces, including:

  • Complex property division including executive compensation and benefits, pensions and qualified domestic relations orders
  • Business valuation
  • Real estate
  • Tax considerations
  • Bankruptcy
  • Estate planning

At Strauss Kallus Kimple Dumais, PLLC, we will work with appropriate professionals, such as forensic accountants to ensure accuracy. We can also refer you to other trusted sources for other needs. While many contentious divorces end up in court, our attorneys are strong proponents of mediation and alternative dispute resolution methods to help save you time, money and additional stress.

Frequently Asked Questions About High-Asset Divorce

Like with any divorce, a high-asset divorce can be emotionally draining and difficult. With additional financial considerations, you need a compassionate legal advocate to help you through the divorce process. To learn more about high-asset divorces, please read our answers to some frequently asked questions.

How are businesses valued in divorce?

When considering a business when negotiating property division, the business is valued based on its cash flow, total assets, liabilities and investments. When necessary, we will work with a forensic accountant or valuation experts to help determine the future value and how the business can be divided.

Do I need a forensic accountant for my divorce?

If you share a business with your spouse, working with a forensic accountant as well as an attorney can help ensure that the division is equitable and fair. We will help you through every step of this process.

How are assets split in New York State?

New York divides marital assets equitably. However, this does not mean a fair 50/50 split. The goal of every property division is to place both spouses on even footing. This may mean that one party gets the main family home and the other gets other real estate or assets.

Discuss Your Case With An Experienced High-Asset Divorce Attorney Today

The outcome of your divorce settlement can greatly impact the rest of your life. Don’t take a risk with your finances. Our attorneys are here to help you and protect your rights. To learn more about how we can assist you, call us at 845-360-2094 or complete our online contact form to schedule a consultation at our Goshen office.