Handling Complex, High Asset and High Profile Divorce Cases in Connecticut
The divorce process can be overwhelming and confusing, especially if it involves significant assets and/or income. We have extensive experience dealing with high profile, celebrity, high asset and complex divorce cases, including those involving marital estates worth several hundreds of millions of dollars. Our firm understands the unique issues that often accompany these cases and can actively work to find a resolution that suits your needs.
Rome McGuigan is a firm that can handle a wide range of financial issues that may arise in conjunction with your divorce. These issues may include matters related to a family business, commercial and residential real estate, and/or asset investigation and valuation. Our lawyers from various practice areas will work closely together in order to see that all of your questions, concerns and legal matters are addressed expeditiously.
Many complex divorce actions involve a number of issues, including alimony (spousal support), child custody, child support and property division, and the disputes relating to such issues are often emotionally charged. Sometimes, a couple is able to work through these issues to reach an agreement. However, this is not always the case, and the disputed issues must then be presented to the court for resolution.
Our skilled trial lawyers have handled numerous divorce litigation matters and can fight for your rights in and out of court whenever necessary.
Connecticut Property Division Lawyers
In complex and high asset divorce cases, asset division can be a highly contested matter. Many cases involve multiple homes, vacation properties, commercial real estate and rental properties. Also subject to division are the retirement accounts and 401(k) plans, pensions, stock awards, personal accounts, royalty payments, and/or collections of valuables such as artwork, jewelry and antiques, to name a few. Our firm will employ asset protection strategies to protect what is yours, and may also collaborate with forensic accountants if it is discovered that a spouse may be hiding assets and/or income.
Closely-held businesses are also subject to division. In order to determine how the business should be divided, it is first necessary to obtain a thorough business valuation. Our firm enlists the assistance of a number of experts in order to ensure the value of the business is properly determined. Once this has been done, the couple or the court can determine how the business, its assets and liabilities, will be allocated as part of an overall settlement or court judgment.
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Please contact a high asset divorce attorney at our firm today to schedule an appointment. Our firm can assist you in dealing with all aspects of your divorce. We have offices in Hartford and Stamford for your convenience.