Providing Experienced Complex Divorce Representation in Michigan
In divorce cases involving significant assets, it is critical that only the most experienced of divorce attorneys handle such matters. This is due to the type of issues that are typically present in these situations. Complex assets such as businesses must be valuated properly, hidden assets require forensic accounting, and even vocational experts are needed to resolve how much support a traditional stay-at-home spouse may need.
Detroit High-Asset Divorce Lawyers
At the Schwartz Law Firm, our Michigan divorce attorneys have extensive experience. Attorney Jay A. Schwartz has more than two decades of experience in divorce matters, while attorney Carmen Moyer has nearly 20 years of experience. With so much at stake, you can feel secure in knowing that our attorneys are extremely knowledgeable in high-asset divorce cases. We are prepared to fiercely negotiate or litigate on your behalf.
Discuss your high-asset divorce case with one of our skilled Farmington Hills lawyers in a free initial consultation. You will find our firm to be extremely responsive as we return calls within 24 hours. Contact us online today.
Preparation Is Key
We believe in preparing for every case as if it is going to trial. While not every case is trial bound, we are always very thorough in preparing each client's case. Especially in complex high-asset divorce cases, detailed discovery and preparation are key. This may include forensic accounting to detect hidden assets or properly valuing all types of assets that are subject to distribution. Such assets may include:
- Retirement accounts
- Offshore accounts
- Multiple real estate properties
- Fine jewelry
Many high-asset cases involve traditional marriages in which one spouse played a traditional stay-at-home role that minimized workplace participation. In such cases, it is important to enlist a vocational expert to develop an estimate of what is necessary in order to resolve how much support the person may need.
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Schedule Your Free Consultation
At the Schwartz Law Firm, our attorneys have the experience and dedication necessary to succeed in your high-asset divorce case. To set up an appointment for a free consultation at our Oakland County-based law firm, contact our Michigan lawyers today. Serving Detroit, Farmington Hills, Warren and all Michigan communities.