Family Lawyers Serving New Jersey with Extensive Knowledge in Complex Asset Division
People who have accumulated significant wealth and assets often face greater challenges when determining how to distribute these assets in a divorce. The way in which these assets are divided will profoundly impact each spouse’s life moving forward. There are no certainties in divorce, but if you retain the services of effective, dynamic legal counsel, you can put yourself in the best possible position for a successful resolution.
At Shimalla, Wechsler, Lepp & D’Onofrio, LLP, you can rely on our attorneys for skillful representation during a complex financial divorce. You can trust in our extensive knowledge of New Jersey family law as well as our abilities as negotiators and trial lawyers. Contact our law firm to learn how we may assist you.
Valuing And Dividing Your Marital Assets
We understand how to resolve the financial issues associated with complex assets. In most situations, the most important issue involves establishing the value of the assets. When locating, valuing and dividing the marital estate, we work with experts such as business valuators, appraisers, forensic accountants, and investigators.
The division of marital property in complex financial divorces comprises many types of property, including:
- Real property — including the family home, vacation homes, and investment property
- Businesses — including family-owned or closely-held companies and professional practices
- Retirement assets — including IRAs and 401(k)s, pensions and additional investments
- Executive compensation — including stock options, restricted stock units, and SERPs
We will develop a strategy for obtaining a favorable property settlement. Using our skill in litigation, negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and collaborative divorce, our attorneys will strive for a division of property that is in your best interest. When necessary, we will take divorce cases to trial to fight for our clients’ rights.
Contact Shimalla, Wechsler, Lepp & D’Onofrio, LLP
Our family law attorneys represent clients across Somerset, Hunterdon, Warren, Middlesex, Union, Morris, Monmouth, Mercer, and Essex counties, and beyond. Call 908-753-3833 or
contact us online to schedule a consultation. We can discuss New Jersey’s parenting plan guidelines and how they relate to your situation.