Answering Questions in High Net Worth Divorce

Equitable Distribution and Property Division

  • Wondering how long the divorce proceeding might take?
  • How  future maintenance (alimony) might be affected by how long you wait while your divorce is pending?
  • Would you like to find out if there are any cases similar to yours to give you some general standards to go by?
  • How much would it cost to uncover financial fraud?
  • Want to eliminate loopholes in the divorce settlement agreement?

You need answers to help inform you so you can make informed decisions.  Otherwise you may get stuck in legal limbo for years without access to your share of the divorce assets!  We can assess the facts in your case to help you gauge how long the process might take. We can help you assess what kind of budget you will need to fund the litigation.  We can assist in providing estimates and practical guidance on cost/benefits of litigation to help you meet your goals.

We also provide second opinions.

  • Do you have concerns the way your divorce lawyer is handling your case?
  • Are you being kept in the dark about the status of your case?
  • Does your lawyer avoid explaining important documents or the proceedings in your case?
  • Is your case running over budget or not on target for a satisfactory outcome?
  • Do you need objective and impartial information to know how to proceed in your best interest?

We provide a critical resource for divorce clients who need a second opinion. We provide an objective, independent and impartial evaluation of your case. Sometimes the client needs basic information. Other times,  complications arise requiring specialized knowledge, and in those cases we work in consultation with specialists.  We can help you achieve peace of mind by giving you information you need to assess your case’s strengths and weaknesses, and to let you know if your case is on track or not.  Our work is entirely confidential.  Our independent assessment allows you to make an informed choice. We give you candid information to let you know how best to proceed — and to learn what is in your best interest.