The Representation You Need For Your High-Asset Divorce

There are many couples who have experienced a great deal of success over the length of their marriage. They may own a business together, or have had the right investment strategy at the right time. When these couples find their relationships deteriorating, there are extremely specific issues that will impact the property division portion of the divorce proceedings.

At Ryan Family Law P.C., in Elgin, we have worked with many divorcing couples who have had substantial assets. Our attorneys have more than four decades of combined legal experience with family law concerns in Illinois. We have a reputation for helping our clients get results when they are struggling with questions related to their divorce. Call us at 847-586-0161.

You Only Have One Chance To Get This Right

It is extremely rare to be able to revisit a property division agreement. You have to know exactly what to do to make sure that you are protected, because your ex-spouse is not going to make this easy for you. We will make sure that your specific needs and requests are discussed during the division of the property.

We help with several different matters common to high-asset divorces, including:

  • Determining the full extent of the assets that will be subject to property division proceedings
  • Working with experts, such as accounting firms, to establish the value of a business or other marital property
  • Helping spouses create a plan to determine the future of a co-owned business
  • Discussing the potential options available concerning the marital home

The more assets that you and your spouse accumulate, the more likely it is that you will experience challenges when attempting to find common ground. The decisions that you have at this time may leave you frustrated and upset, and you need an attorney to help you focus on what is most important.

We pursue all avenues available to you when looking for solutions to your property division dispute. We will represent your concerns in mediation, but, in some cases, this may not result in a positive resolution of your case. We have litigated many divorces for our past clients, and we will confidently assert your position in the courtroom.

Discuss Your Property Division Concerns With An Experienced Professional

You should never enter into any discussions about the division of your marital assets without having an attorney on your side. This is an absolutely crucial time in your divorce, and the decisions you make here are final and permanent. To schedule your free, half-hour consultation, please call 847-586-0161 or send us an email to speak to one of our lawyers.