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Results In High-Asset Divorce Cases

Divorces become more complicated when high assets are involved. When either you or your spouse owns valuable assets such as interests in businesses, real estate, bank and investment accounts, sizeable pension and/or retirement accounts, antiques, cars or other valuables, you need a lawyer with the knowledge and expertise to handle them properly.

Property division involves more than splitting the assets. It requires fair and accurate asset valuations as well as a careful consideration of the potential tax implications.

At the New York firm of Kelton & Teichner, our lawyers have more than 30 years' experience protecting the interests of people in Queens and Nassau counties. Our lawyers understand how to treat the division of property in a high-asset divorce. We will work with you to obtain a fair settlement that will provide for your interests now and in the years to come.

Obtaining an Accurate Business Valuation

When businesses are involved in a divorce, it is critical to establish an accurate assessment of the business's value as well as the percentage of marital interest tied to it. Our firm is experienced at business valuation and division. Our attorneys utilize experts such as forensic accountants to determine an accurate value.

Distributing Retirement Assets in High-Asset Divorces

When negotiating complex property distribution, retirement assets such as pensions, 401(k)s and IRAs can be valuable tools to ensure you get what you want and your fair share of the marital estate. Our attorneys know how to leverage these assets protect your interests.

Pension division is accomplished by utilizing a Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs). We are adept at drafting these orders to ensure that you get what is yours according to the property settlement agreement.

Speak to a Nassau County Attorney Who Understands Complex Divorces

If you are divorcing and have high-value assets that need protection, contact our Nassau County attorneys to schedule a consultation. There is no charge for your first appointment. Call our attorneys at 800-419-7751. Se habla español.

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