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Rochester High Asset Divorce

Rochester High Asset Divorce

In even the most amicable divorce cases, issues can arise when it comes to dividing property and assets. This is particularly true when it comes to high asset divorce cases. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., our Rochester divorce attorneys rely on their more than 50 years worth of experience to guide you through negotiations, helping to ensure all assets are disclosed and that you get the settlement you are entitled to.

Common Issues in High Asset Divorce Cases

High asset, high dollar divorces generally involve multiple properties and diverse holdings, which require careful review and valuation to ensure they are disclosed and divided on a basis that is fair to both parties. Forbes advises that the following are among the most common mistakes made in these types of cases:

  • Not identifying hidden assets;
  • Assessing property, accounts, and businesses for less than what they are actually worth;
  • Failing to consider the tax ramifications of settlement agreements;
  • Making agreements that are not in your best interests for the sake of getting the divorce finalized.

At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., we carefully review every aspect of your divorce case. Our Rochester divorce attorneys work effectively and efficiently to ensure you get the settlement you are entitled to in the most expedient manner possible.

Professional Representation by An Experienced Rochester Divorce Attorney

At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., you get the benefit of having a divorce attorney who is experienced in handling high asset divorce cases. Our thorough understanding of Michigan divorce laws, our skill in negotiations, and our dedication to our clients helps ensure you get the maximum amount you are entitled to in your divorce settlement. Property and assets to be divided during divorce proceedings may include any of the following:

  • Land, homes, and other types of real estate;
  • Personal property, such as cars and recreational vehicles, household goods, antiques, and artwork collected during the course of your marriage;
  • The rights to a business or partnership and future shares in profits;
  • Dividends on ideas, marketing plans, and intellectual property rights;
  • Stocks, bonds, and other types of financial accounts;
  • Pension, IRA, and other retirement benefits.

Getting the amount you are entitled to helps to ensure your financial security, while allowing you maintain the standard of living you were accustomed to during your marriage. Call or contact Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. online today and request a free consultation with our Rochester divorce attorney to discuss your high asset case. We can act as a strong legal advocate on your side, making sure your rights and interests are protected.

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