High Asset Divorce

high-asset-divorceAt Volman Law, we can assist you through the divorce process so you can begin the emotional healing and move forward with your life. We have more than 20 years of experience in dealing with high-asset divorce and family law issues in Fairfield and New Haven Counties. We can get you through this difficult time with skill and compassion.

Connecticut divorce attorney David Volman provides caring and compassionate legal services to help couples through complex divorce issues, including division of assets and business interests. Contact Volman Law at (203) 929-7771 to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer at our firm.

Helping You Divide Assets in Your Divorce

Divorce can be difficult no matter your income level and assets. However, when a divorce involves high-value assets, debts and investments, you need a skilled Connecticut divorce attorney to help you understand your rights and determine a fair distribution of marital property.

In Connecticut, marital property is equitably divided during a divorce. Marital property is generally property purchased or earned during your marriage, such as your marital home or your income. We have extensive experience representing our clients’ interests regarding all types of marital property, including:

  • Business interests
  • Retirement accounts such as 401(k) and pensions
  • Stocks and stock options
  • Real estate
  • Personal property

Helping You With All Issues in Your Divorce

If you have financial support and property division issues, we will handle your case professionally and with compassion. If you or your spouse is contesting the value of marital assets, our accountants can analyze the value of pensions, retirement accounts and other assets in order to determine asset pension division and other alimony issues.

If you are a spouse who needs alimony during and after the divorce proceeding, we will make sure your needs are met and your interests are protected. If your children need support, we will make sure their needs are taken care of. If you believe you are paying too much in child support, and wish to have more time with your children, we will work on devising a fair and equitable arrangement.

Have You Suffered Financial Reverses?

The economy has affected many people who once had secure finances. People who lose houses and very lucrative jobs will not find them easy to replace. If you agreed to generous spousal support during stronger economic times, we can work to modify your support obligations in these more difficult days.

Contact a Fairfield and New Haven Property Division Lawyer

For two decades, our legal team has worked together to help families in Fairfield County and New Haven County reach equitable divorce and division of property settlements as well as fair child custody, child support and child visitation agreements. We’re diligent, conscientious and always prepared.

Contact Volman Law at (203) 929-7771 to schedule a free initial consultation with a Connecticut high-asset divorce lawyer.

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