Protecting Your High-Value Property During Divorce
When a couple owns complex financial investments or closely held businesses, or when complex governing instruments are involved, the end of a marriage can be complicated. Dividing assets between the spouses requires an assessment of not only the current value, but also an insight into the long-term financial potential of each property.
At Weinberg & Cooper, LLC, our lawyers are skilled in high-asset, high-conflict, complex divorce. For almost 20 years, individuals in Bergen County and throughout Northern New Jersey have relied on our firm to help them leave their marriages with financial certainty.
Our firm is also cognizant of the public nature of divorce proceedings. We handle high-profile cases with discretion and efficiency.
We have a wide network of professionals we call upon to assess and advise us during the asset division process, including:
- Certified public accountants (CPAs)
- Business valuation/cash flow analysts
- Income analysts
- Forensic accountants
- Real estate appraisers
- Financial planners
- Tax experts
Collaborating with these professionals provides our attorneys with the financial and business insight necessary to develop comprehensive asset division plans.
Many high earners do not have traditional wages. Instead, they obtain their wealth through commissions, bonuses, dividends and other earnings. Analyzing these various forms of income becomes very important when one spouse is seeking spousal support.
Property division agreements can also impact spousal support. If one spouse receives income-producing property, the need for support could decrease.
We have decades of experience working with high-asset clients. Whether you are pursuing support or want to minimize your alimony obligations, we have the skills and experience to get results.