Legal Guidance In High Net Worth Divorce Cases

In some divorce cases, a couple may need to divide complex and high net worth assets. If no prior arrangement has been made, such as a prenuptial agreement, the process of dividing assets and determining support agreements may prove to be time-consuming and costly.

At the Law Offices of Susan J. Rubin, LLC, I work with clients to develop an intelligent and comprehensive plan to mitigate contention during a high net worth divorce. By working closely with industry professionals and experts, we can devise solutions as a team to ensure that your assets are properly assessed and that nothing is hidden when it comes to support agreements.

Protecting Your Financial Well-Being During Divorce

In Maryland, one of the most important divorce issues is determining the status of a couple's property — either marital or nonmarital. By carrying out a thorough evaluation of your property with the assistance of experts, I can help you explore options for dividing property that is fair and equitable. In some cases, pursuing mediation is an effective and cost-efficient method to finalizing a high net worth divorce.

Some common high net worth divorce matters often encountered include:

  • Business valuation
  • Home or property valuation
  • Division of retirement accounts — 401(k) or other investments
  • Spousal support
  • Differentiation of marital property

Straightforward And Intelligent Counsel During Complex Divorce

As a lawyer with years of experience assisting families from all demographics with divorce, I can help couples unravel complex assets to establish separate contributions and to protect their personal estate.

Whether dividing a family business or a share of a closely held business, or assessing and dividing investments, I will work with knowledgeable experts to help you craft a property division and spousal support plan that is tailored to your family's needs.

Contact the Law Offices of Susan J. Rubin, LLC, conveniently located in downtown Rockville, Maryland, to discuss your high net worth divorce and complex property division. Call 301-251-0095 or complete the online contact form.