High Net Worth Property Division
If you are going through a divorce, you may be feeling stressed and overwhelmed. You may also be worrying about how your marital assets will be divided, especially if those assets have a high net worth. Rochester divorce attorney Michael D. Schmitt advises divorce clients with all types of property division problems, from marital estates mainly comprising the house and two vehicles, to the complex equitable distribution challenges that can characterize high net-worth divorce. To learn how experienced lawyers approach and resolve high net worth property division, contact our experienced Rochester divorce attorneys for a free initial consultation.
High Net Worth Property Division | Identifying Asset Values
While characterization problems with respect to commingled assets or investment accounts can sometimes complicate property division issues, we find that the most frequent disagreements involve asset valuation, asset transfers and underreported or undisclosed income. Although the general property division objectives in a high net-worth divorce are substantially the same as they are in any other case, what it takes to achieve the desired result is often very different.
Experienced Rochester Divorce Attorney Michael D. Schmitt will work with accountants, appraisers, and investigators as necessary to develop an accurate inventory and valuation of marital property. We know how to review and analyze financial statements and business records to spot the signs of missing or mischaracterized assets. Our goal is to ensure to the greatest degree possible that your property division settlement reflects a complete and accurate understanding of the composition and worth of your marital estate.
If you have questions about high net worth divorces in New York, contact experienced Rochester Divorce Attorney Michael D. Schmitt for a free consultation. Let our experience work for you.
Enter Your Email To Get Our Free New York Family Law Guide
Your details will be held in the strictest confidence and will not be passed on to any third parties. Thank you!