High Asset Division in Hudson Valley
Experienced New York Divorce Attorneys
Due to the volume and value of properties and other holdings involved,
high asset divorces often bring certain complications in division of assets.
At Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C., our
knowledgeable team of
divorce lawyers can help you navigate the process while pursuing the best possible
outcome on your behalf. We provide high quality, aggressive counsel, and
we carefully evaluate the important factors related to high asset division,
including any tax implications, real estate ownership, and business and
Understanding New York's Property Division Laws
The state of New York follows the equitable property distribution model,
meaning a court determines how to fairly divide a couple's assets.
This method of
property division may not necessarily end in a 50/50 split. Property gained prior to the
marriage or acquired as an individual gift or inheritance is not included
in this distribution process, but when there has been a comingling of
funds, the process can become complex to resolve.
With more than 15 years of legal experience, our team of divorce attorneys
can help you understand property division laws in Hudson Valley and how
divorce may affect the assets you will retain in a divorce agreement. We offer
one-on-one attention as we review your holdings and financial situation in detail. We can also
complete business valuations and help you determine which assets you must
declare in your divorce case.
If you are not currently considering or pursuing a divorce, but would like
additional information regarding high asset protection, our skilled team
can provide valuable recommendations, including prenuptial and postnuptial
agreements. Let us help you determine how to protect your assets in the
event of a future divorce. Our qualified attorneys are ready to help you
examine all of your options and ensure you have a comprehensive understanding
of how best to proceed with your high asset divorce.
Contact us for a
free case evaluation today.