Westport High Asset Divorce Lawyer
Westport and New Canaan Asset Division Attorney
When high net worth individuals divorce, there are often complex questions about asset division and maintaining lifestyles. At Freshman & McGlynn, LLC, our family law attorneys have a long history of helping successful people protect their lifestyles and financial security through the divorce process.
High net worth divorces often involve complex issues about dividing property. At Freshman & McGlynn, LLC, our Westport high asset divorce attorneys have extensive experience helping clients protect their individual assets and get their fair share of marital property. We help clients successfully negotiate mutually acceptable property division agreements. We are also ready to protect your interests in court if a negotiated property settlement cannot be reached.
Our team of divorce attorneys has successfully represented many clients who face complex asset division issues. We recognize and understand that issues of privacy and discretion are often of high importance in these cases, and you can be assured that your information will be handled prudently at all times.
If your marriage is ending and you are seeking a knowledgeable lawyer to handle your high asset divorce, call us at 203-222-8686 or contact us online.
Identifying and Dividing Complex Assets
It is often true that identifying and valuing the property of the former couple becomes one of the biggest challenges in a high asset divorce. At Freshman & McGlynn, LLC, we have access to a network of experts, such as CPAs and forensic accountants, to assist us in locating and valuing assets. Once all property is accounted for, we strive to reach an asset division agreement that is satisfactory for both parties.
Protecting Your Financial Interests During Divorce
Our lawyers have deep knowledge of divorce finance, and because we work together on each case, you can be sure that your case will be examined from many different angles. We will construct property division agreements that preserve your rights in:
- Business property and profits
- Stocks and investment interests
- Pensions, 401(k) accounts and other retirement plans
- Real property, like residences and rental properties
As in every divorce, we will work with you to come to agreement on:
If you and your former spouse entered into a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, it is possible that some or all of these issues are addressed there. If you have such an agreement, we are ready to defend your contractual rights as written in the agreement.
Contact a Connecticut Divorce Lawyer
Our firm has handled many complex high asset divorce cases over the years. To discuss your particular situation with an experienced attorney, call us at 203-222-8686 or contact us online.