Livingston High Asset Divorce Attorneys
Securing Your Financial Future
Every divorce can have its complexities, but when it comes to significant assets and high net worth, the dissolution of a marriage can become significantly more complicated. In these divorces, it is highly advised that both parties retain counsel well-versed in untangling these financial concerns and ensuring that their clients receive or retain the assets they deserve.
If you are facing a divorce and have concerns about property division, alimony, or child support, then we invite you to contact us at Ziegler & Zemsky, LLC today. Our team has more than 50 combined years of legal experience and is well-versed in navigating these complex high asset cases. We can help ensure that thorough, sober evaluation of your and your spouse's finances is made and that your financial well-being will be fiercely advocated for both in and outside the courtroom.
Be proactive about your upcoming high asset divorce. Call our firm at (973) 878-4373 to start exploring your legal options.
Why These Cases Are Complex
In every divorce, there needs to be a disclosure of each spouse's finances so that they and/or the court can decide on crucial matters such as property division and alimony. When one or both spouses own significant assets, this process of disclosure and evaluation can become much more complex—and contentious.
These cases often involve:
- High net worth
- Business interests
- Real estate
- Stocks and investments
- Valuable, unique assets
- Multiple bank accounts
- Retirement funds
No matter what kind of assets your divorce may entail, our firm is ready to assist you. Our experienced Livingston high asset divorce lawyers understand the diligence these cases require and work with experts and forensic accounts when necessary to ensure the full scope of the involved assets are considered before any financial arrangements are finalized.
Don't approach your high asset divorce without counsel ready to help safeguard your financial future. Request a case evaluation with our firm today.