High-Asset Divorce Attorneys

The process of divorcing can be complex when the couple has a high net-worth, owns a business, or owns significant property.

In a high-asset divorce, there are additional legal and financial considerations that need to be addressed.

Equipped to Handle Complex Divorces

At Swerdloff & Swerdloff, we have the experience and stamina to handle the most complex divorce cases. When you select our law firm, you will be represented by attorneys who have more than 35 years of experience in family law. We have the skills necessary to assist clients with difficult divorce-related matters.

Dividing Property in Divorce

Often, divorcing spouses are not fully aware of each other's financial circumstances. One spouse may be hiding assets in undisclosed bank accounts. One or both spouses may have assets that they have forgotten about. Any number of scenarios can turn an otherwise straightforward divorce into a highly complex one.

In high-asset divorce cases, we partner with accountants, business valuators, and other professionals who specialize in complex financial matters. This gives us a full understanding of the financial situation of our clients. We then work toward a fair division of property which considers these unique factors.

Tax Considerations of a High-Asset Divorce

There are ways to reduce the tax burden in divorce. Our firm is experienced in working with high net-worth clients and in understanding the particular tax matters which affect them. We are familiar with ways to alleviate tax burdens which may save clients money. We are always focused on protecting the assets you have worked hard to earn.

Alimony is taxable to the person receiving it, and deductible by the person paying it. It is important to keep alimony records to help avoid potential disputes in the future.

For more information about representation in high-asset divorces, contact our law office today to schedule a consultation.