Wake, Harnett And Johnston County Property Division Attorneys
When significant or intimately personal property is at stake, such as assets tied to a longstanding family business, it can be easy to lose sight of resolution and let the issues in divorce turn into a highly contested divorce dispute. At the Breeden Law Office, we are familiar with the many facets of a high-asset or high net worth divorce. Our extensive experience representing clients in complex family law disputes and our comprehensive knowledge of North Carolina property distribution laws enable us to provide the sound counsel clients need when confronting the legal issues in a high-asset divorce.
Representing clients in communities surrounding Garner, Lillington and Smithfield, the high-asset divorce attorneys at Breeden Law Office are equipped to serve the needs of clients facing the complex property division issues entangled in a high net worth divorce. Contact us to arrange an initial consultation with an attorney at our family law firm.
Reaching A Fair And Equitable Distribution In A High Net Worth Divorce
North Carolina requires couples to proceed with mediation and attempt to resolve complex issues of equitable distribution of marital assets and debts before the matter can be litigated in court. At the Breeden Law Office, we believe that for most people, the benefits of a negotiated resolution, or even of mediation, far outweigh those associated with trial. This is particularly true when significant assets are at stake in a high net worth divorce. By working closely with clients, our attorneys strive to obtain a fair and equitable solution to property division issues, avoiding the dissipation of assets through costly litigation and preserving the marital estate.
We are adept at addressing the many complex issues that frequently arise when representing clients in a high-asset divorce, such as:
- Characterizing property as marital or separate property
- Identifying if separate property has been commingled with the marital estate
- Obtaining business valuations to identify personal business interests
- Negotiating offsetting property interests to keep a family business in the family
- Challenging or enforcing the terms of a prenuptial agreement
- Analyzing the tax implications of a proposed alimony or property settlement agreement
- Valuing property derived from rental properties and other investment properties
- Exposing hidden assets, such as offshore accounts
- Addressing high-income child support issues for parents with a combined income of $300,000 or more
Contact Our North Carolina Asset Division Lawyers
In order to ensure your rights are fully protected, it is critical to have all disputed property claims and post-separation support claims initiated before finalizing the divorce decree. Call our knowledgeable divorce attorneys to discuss your rights in a high-asset divorce and property dispute. Call 866-346-1680 or send an e-mail to arrange an initial consultation.
We serve clients in the Interstate 40 and Hwy 42 areas and Greater Raleigh, including Harnett County, Johnston County, Benson, Clayton and Angier.