When the parties are business owners and corporate executives, addressing their business interests, careers, investments, retirement accounts, and organizations can be arduous. For parties with high net worth or a substantial marital estate, the division of property can become complicated and contentious. They may have complex trusts, substantial real estate, international assets, and tax issues.
These types of matters need attorneys who have experience in taxation, real estate, trusts and estates, and business. RumbergerKirk provides comprehensive representation and help clients navigate the complex issues of their divorce. Our team has the experience and ability to identify and examine the key elements in proceedings to give our clients an advantage in asset preservation and the protection of their financial interests.
We address a broad range of issues that can surface in a high asset divorce, including:
- Child Support
- Time Sharing and Parental Responsibility
- Retirement Assets (pensions, 401(k)s, IRAs)
- Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs)
- Real Estate Holdings
- Valuation and Division of Professional Practices and Businesses
- International Assets
- Hidden Assets
- Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreements
- Vocational Examination
- Imputation of Income
- Deferred Compensation
- Tax Issues