Resolving The Complexities Of High-Asset Divorces
When there are significant assets or when one or both spouses has substantially higher income than the average individual, closer consideration is necessary in addressing issues of property division, spousal support (also known as alimony) and child support. At the Mt. Laurel law office of Scott J. Levine, we are accustomed to putting our experience to work for clients in these situations. Contact South Jersey high asset divorce lawyer Scott J. Levine to arrange a consultation to discuss your case.
Protecting Your Interests In Property Division And Support
We are committed to preserving your financial interests and pursuing a resolution that is in alignment with your goals. In divorce cases involving individuals with high net worth, we emphasize the importance of seeking experienced legal counsel:
- Property division: What are your rights to retirement investments, 401(k) plans, mutual funds, family business interests or other assets? When significant assets are involved, it becomes critical to ensure that property allocation percentages reflect your unique situation and protect your financial interests. Proper business valuations, hidden asset investigations, analysis of tax implications and other issues can be paramount to securing a fair property division agreement or award.
- Support: What are your rights or obligations pertaining to child support or spousal support ? There are numerous New Jersey high-income child support cases that have set precedence and are frequently followed in establishing child support obligations. In high-income spousal support/alimony cases, the issues of contribution to the marriage, the marital standard of living and the length of the marriage potentially become even more important than in other spousal support cases.
Property Division And Support Attorney In Mt. Laurel
South Jersey high asset divorce lawyer Scott J. Levine understands that divorce issues can become quite controversial when considerable assets or income concerns are on the line — either for the party attempting to maintain the standard of living that he or she has become used to, or for the party attempting to protect certain property interests. Our law firm is dedicated to helping clients resolve these matters as efficiently and amicably as possible. However, when the situation warrants it, we are prepared and equipped to fight on your behalf in the courtroom.