Protecting Your Interests In High-Asset Divorce
In a high-asset divorce, the stakes are higher than usual. The benefit of strategic planning is also higher than usual, which is why it is so important to approach your property division proceedings with care and attention to detail.
At Law Offices of Lisa Standish, I can devise a creative legal strategy designed to help you achieve the most favorable possible post-divorce future. My clients include business and professional practice owners, executives and others with concerns over high net worth divorce matters in Pennsylvania.
With law offices in Wexford, I have more than 20 years of experience handling high net worth divorces for clients in Allegheny County and throughout surrounding areas.
The Right Tools For Complex Divorces
In a divorce, all wealth and property obtained during the marriage is subject to equitable division. This includes:
- The family home
- Vacation homes
- Pensions, 401(k)s and other retirement funds
- Business and professional practice assets
My law firm has the resources to handle the complex issues these matters entail. I have access to leading experts in forensic accounting, real estate and other fields who help me investigate these issues to better protect my clients’ interests in divorce.
Prudent high net worth individuals facing divorce are rightfully wary of wasting money on fruitless litigation. I am sympathetic to this concern and offer my clients dispute resolution options designed to attain efficient results.
Traditional litigation is always an option, but it is often possible to resolve property division disputes through mediation and Collaborative Process. These methods can be more cost-effective than litigation, allowing more wealth and assets to remain in the marital estate, with less flowing into the cost of the divorce.
Discuss Your Legal Needs With An Experienced Divorce Lawyer
To discuss property division and other divorce law matters with an experienced lawyer, contact my law offices online or by telephone at 412-944-2204.