A high-asset divorce presents a range of complex issues. There is a requirement of confidentiality and forensic analysis also has to be handled. Those are important considerations when the divorce involved is a high-asset divorce. That applies everywhere in the country, including New York.
A high-asset divorce often involves stock options, pensions, IRAs, trusts, real estate and family business. An experienced attorney understands that those complicated matters need to be handled with care. If the issues are handled through a collaborative approach, it is preferable. The attorneys of Carton & Rosoff, with decades of experience in handling family law matters, advise and encourage their high-profile clients to attempt to settle all matters through the collaborative method.
In a collaborative method, the couple sits with the attorneys and works toward resolving disputes pertaining to asset division. A great advantage is that there is no lengthy, expensive courtroom trial. The collaborative method also allows couples to work at their own pace. Even complex matters can be resolved creatively with a collaborative approach.
Experienced New York attorneys understand that valuation of complex asset division is most effective when a divorcing couple approaches the issue in a collaborative manner. In fact, any seasoned attorney will advise a couple to approach the issue collaboratively. The New York attorneys also have their own team of forensic experts, who can help with asset valuation and asset division in a high-asset divorce.
The objective in any divorce is trying to make sure that everyone involved can get what they need.