Complex Issues Concerning High-Asset Divorce
Whether a divorce concerns a civilian couple or a military spouse, all divorce proceedings involve complications and disagreements. For couples who have a high net worth, significant assets or business holdings, divorce can be far more complex and a greater challenge, especially when it comes to property division.
It is comprehension and understanding of the laws governing asset distribution in the divorce process which creates the single advantage to the spouse with knowledge and insight. Therefore, consulting with a lawyer may be the best and sometimes the most efficient way to find a favorable resolution.
Protecting Your Rights During Divorce and Property Division
From politicians and physicians to entrepreneurs and business owners, the law office of PGD Law PLLC, has provided assertive and strategic representation to a range of sophisticated clients for more than four decades. We are capable of handling all of the divorce issues that affect high net worth individuals such as:
- Property division — including everything from high-value personal property, 401(k)s, Roth IRAs, military retirement benefits, private and government pensions, profit-sharing plans to stocks and stock options
- Business valuation — including fair market value and projected earnings
- Hidden assets
- Premarital assets and debts
- Marital liabilities
- Prenuptial agreements
- Custody arrangements — concerning both domestic and international families
- Alimony/spousal support requests
- Child support
Creating Legal Solutions in High-Asset Divorce
At our firm, we believe that building a strong legal foundation during the discovery phase of divorce is the best way to help our clients get to a favorable resolution for their case. We do this through thorough investigations and enlisting the help of financial professionals, such as forensic accountants and business valuation experts, to make sure everything is accounted for before a divorce settlement is signed.
Retain Our Services Today
Although mediation and arbitration are preferred ways of keeping a high-asset divorce private and in a couple’s control, our attorneys recognize that litigation may be necessary in certain cases. We are prepared to take either approach, depending on the specifics of your case.
To schedule an appointment at any of our four offices — Vienna, Virginia; Greenbelt, Maryland; the Eastern Shore; and Washington, D.C. — call 703-291-0492 or 301-825-9629. You may also contact us online if this is more convenient.