Get Clarity On Your High-Asset Divorce
Even the most successful people can see their marriages fall apart. When you and your spouse decide that it is time to move on, you need to be sure that you are getting the proper guidance to ensure that you receive a fair and equitable division of the assets that you have accumulated during the marriage.
At Reade Law Firm, PC, in Peabody, you will meet directly with an experienced attorney to understand what we can do to help you in this situation. We will explain your options and stand up for you throughout the process to help you reach reasonable solutions as efficiently as possible.
A Thorough Review Of The Options Concerning Your Marital Property
When it comes to the division of property, Massachusetts law requires only that the agreement reached by the parties or ordered by the courts be fair to both sides. Couples often have very different ideas on what they feel is fair and can spend a great deal of time trying to reach an agreement on this issue.
Issues that we often address as part of a high-asset divorce include:
- The valuation of a business owned by one or both spouses
- The future ownership interests of a business post-divorce
- The division of retirement accounts and investments accumulated during the marriage
- The division of second homes or vacation properties owned by the couple
- The future of the couple’s marital home, as well as the equity in the property
- The division of debts that belong to the spouses
We understand that you may want to keep this a private matter between you and your ex-spouse. We work hard to limit the exposure that may arise during divorce and attempt to keep things confidential. We will make every effort to resolve this peacefully and amicably if at all possible.
Couples involved in high-asset divorces may find themselves headed toward trial if unable to find common ground. If the other side in your case is unwilling to negotiate, we have the trial experience to help you assert your wishes inside the courtroom.
Find The Right Way Forward For Your Case
If you need to know more about your high-asset divorce, schedule a consultation with our experienced divorce lawyer. Call our office at 978-767-4667 or send us an email to find a time that works for you. We represent clients throughout Essex County and Middlesex County.