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The divorce process under Michigan law is complicated, but high asset divorce cases raise even more complex legal and procedural issues. Marital property division and alimony can be highly contentious when the financial stakes are high, adding stress to an already difficult situation. You put your rights at risk unless you have an experienced St. Clair Shores high asset divorce lawyer representing your interests.
The Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. divorce practice group is prepared to tackle the unique circumstances involved when spouses face a high asset divorce. Our attorneys possess experience in these cases, so we’re committed to ensuring an equitable property division and fair spousal support under Michigan law. We’re here to eliminate the stress and emotion that often accompany high asset divorce proceedings.
Spouses in a high net worth divorce typically own extensive real estate, investment accounts, and personal collections; however, the value of these assets is just one aspect that makes this type of case challenging. The title and structuring of the assets, especially ownership interests in a business, add extra complexity. The legal implications for dividing property in the marital estate make turn a typical Michigan dissolution of marriage matter into a highly convoluted case. Mistakes are common and costly if you don’t have a skilled legal professional to navigate the process.
The Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. legal team represents many high net worth clients in divorce cases, with meticulous attention to detail to ensure there are no loose ends or legal issues that can cause problems in the future. We can advise you on:
Our attorneys at Iafrate & Salassa, P.C. have the extensive experience and knowledge of Michigan divorce law that it takes to represent clients in high asset divorce cases. We have been fighting on behalf of clients in the greater Metro Detroit area for more than 50 years, providing skilled representation in various types of complex divorce case. Please contact our St. Clair Shores office today at 586-263-1600 with questions. You can also send us an E-mail to schedule an appointment with a lawyer.
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