Defending Your Future Through A High-Asset Divorce
When a divorcing couple shares a considerable amount of assets between them, the resulting divorce process can become especially complicated and heated. But this is not the time to let your emotions flare, nor to risk your ability to get your fair share by hiring a lawyer who is not experienced with high net worth divorces. Make sure you are protecting your best interests with the guidance of a skilled family law attorney.
At Callahan | Barraco, the attorneys on our team have more than 100 years of combined experience representing the needs of our clients throughout their family law challenges across Massachusetts and beyond. We take a meticulous and dedicated approach to our work to ensure we are putting our client’s needs first while anticipating potential difficulties before they become problems.
Accounting For All Assets
In high-asset divorces, there is a lot that we need to account for. With our extensive experience in these cases and our knowledge of what to look for, we can help clients divide complex assets such as:
- Retirement accounts
- Financial accounts
- Real estate, such as primary, secondary and vacation homes
- Recreational vehicles
We pride ourselves on taking a preemptive approach in our work, so we can resolve issues in a divorce before they present themselves. This method of preparing for anything is especially beneficial for our clients who are business owners.
The Benefits Of Our Representation
Part of pursuing a favorable outcome in a divorce includes knowing all the information. An essential piece of information in high-asset property division situations is the accurate valuation of assets, especially businesses. Before our family law team begins negotiating or litigating for your share of a business, we need to be sure we know what your business is worth and what goals you have for your business.
Typically, a business will exit a divorce in one of three ways: co-ownership, buyout or total sale. Once we weigh your options with you, we will develop a personalized representation strategy that can help us pursue your goals for you and your business in your divorce.
Be Prepared For Your Divorce
Even when couples try to pursue an amicable divorce, both parties should have an attorney looking after their respective best interests. Don’t rely on an attorney who doesn’t have ample experience in the complexities of high-asset divorce; let us guide the way for you.