High Net Worth Divorce
Asset, Business and Investment Protection During Divorce
What separates a high net worth divorce from any other kind of marital dissolution is not the individual issues involved but the magnitude and complexity of those issues. Most divorces address issues of:
- Property Settlement
- Retirement Accounts and QDROs
- Spousal Support
- Child Support
- Child Custody
In divorces involving property division of significant assets, the financial complexities of matters such as business valuation, multiple properties, off shore accounts, significant premarital trusts and inheritance, license valuation and liquidity play an integral role.
Put an attorney to work for you who understands and has proven success managing the complex affairs of high asset divorce cases. Contact the Law Offices of Howard B. Felcher, PLLC, to schedule a consultation in our Manhattan or West Caldwell, NJ, location.
A Force in Matrimonial law
Our lawyers have built a 25 year reputation in New York and New Jersey as creative, agile, effective and efficient legal counselors and litigators. Our clients have put great trust in our ability to protect valuable assets, property and investments, and we have proved time and again equal to the tasks.
We put the tools and resources at your disposal throughout your divorce to aggressively pursue your agenda, backed by the financial foundation to exceed the expectations of demanding high-asset clients.
At the Law Offices of Howard B. Felcher, PLLC we are thorough when working for your interests:
- We hire experts from our extensive pool of resources.
- We prepare witnesses on your behalf.
- We accurately review and evaluate financial documents connected to your legal issue.
- We put forensic accountants to the task of creating an accurate financial picture.
- We construct a goal-oriented strategy, keeping you informed and involved.
- We create personalized solutions, tailored toward your needs.
We do not react to the opposition, but proactively build a highly personalized strategy around each client. We have even been a force in the evolution of legal thinking in the region, as highlighted by our success in Brown v. Brown which reversed the ability of a moneyed spouse to claim illiquidity in the valuation of business partnerships during a divorce.
Meet With Our New York and New Jersey Divorce Attorneys
Call our office today at 866.930.9532 to schedule a consultation at one of our two convenient locations. Put a proven law firm that remains at the forefront of matrimonial law behind your divorce. Contact us today.