Protecting Your Property Interests
One of the hardest parts of divorce is the uncertainty about how your highest-value assets may be allocated. Many clients wonder how this will be handled, and if they will have enough to sustain them in the future. As part of our work, we engage in identifying, valuing and dividing those assets – but that process requires an astute understanding of these complex assets and the ability to readily navigate the legal intricacies.
Examples Of Complex Assets
- Real estate like a family residence or rental properties
- Undeveloped Land – that will be developed or passed through generations
- Vacation properties
- Investment properties
- 401(k)s, IRAs, 403(b)s, pensions and retirement accounts
- Stock options, Restricted Stock Units (RSUs), Performance Stock Awards, bonuses and other compensation vehicles
- Brokerage and investment accounts
- College savings accounts
- Business interests of all kinds
Navigating Spousal In High-Income Families
Spousal maintenance – also known as alimony – is often a consideration in high-asset divorces. In some families, one spouse is the “breadwinner” while the other stays at home to raise the children. Our attorneys can provide guidance on those factors as they apply to your situation. When possible, we strive to help clients reach mutually beneficial resolutions that meet the needs of everyone involved, especially the children.
Learn How Our Lawyers Can Help You Address A High-Asset Divorce
We would welcome the opportunity to provide supportive, knowledgeable guidance for you during this critical juncture. To speak with a trusted member of our team about your divorce concerns, please contact us at 206-569-5346 or send an email to arrange a confidential consultation.