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High Net Worth Divorce in Long Island

Nassau County High Net Worth Divorce, Separation & Nuptial Agreements

Nuptial agreements, separation agreements and divorces involving parties with high net worth are often very complicated matters. Some assets are relatively easy to place a value upon but many others are not and give rise to serious litigation usually involving financial and business expert witnesses. At The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. we have worked with many high net worth clients and have not only successfully ascertained appropriate values of disputed assets but have even located assets hidden in foreign countries. A Long Island divorce lawyer at our firm can assist you with your high asset case in order to determine the best approach that will protect your current and future financial interests.

Our law firm handles high net worth family law matters for clients in Long Island, Nassau County, Queens County, Suffolk County, and the surrounding areas. We are committed to providing our clients with the one-on-one attention they need as well as the experienced legal counsel that makes all the difference in their ability to reach positive resolutions to their divorce, support or custody-related matters.

High Asset & High Net Worth Family Law Cases in Long Island, Suffolk, Nassau & Queens Counties

The issues that are primarily affected by a high asset divorce include property division, spousal support and child support. An attorney at our law firm can help you in all of these areas, working to properly present your case to the court in order to seek to protect your interests.

When parties seek to divide assets through the process of equitable distribution and significant wealth or assets are involved, this can become difficult. Some assets that must be analyzed are:

  • Stocks and bonds
  • Real estate (residential and investment grade)
  • Businesses
  • Professional licenses
  • Pensions
  • Annuities
  • 401(k) / IRA accounts

Spousal support and child support are also directly related to the asset valuation process so even after property is divided, future payment amounts and durations are at stake. It is imperative to hire an experienced Long Island family law attorney with seasoned experts to help ensure that the proper outcome is achieved.

Contact a Long Island high net worth divorce attorney today! Free evaluation.

  • Your Divorce
    Advocates

    When you're going through a divorce, it helps to have someone on your side fighting for you.

    Discover Your Options
  • Keep Your Kids
    Close to You

    If you need representation in a child custody battle, our attorneys are ready to fight for your rights.

    Protecting Your Interests
  • Helping Your
    Family Expand

    Adoption is a noble cause and we would be honored to assist you through the legalities.

    Handling the Process
  • Get a Free
    Consultation

    Schedule your evaluation today and meet with one of our attorneys to discuss your case.

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