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High-Asset Divorce

Family Law / Divorce / High-Asset Divorce

The divorce process is never an easy one. But, when the emotionally complex issues are complicated by the need to make decisions regarding a substantial set of assets, the challenge of divorce becomes even more difficult to effectively navigate. Some of the issues that need to be worked through in a high-asset divorce include the division of:

  • Retirement accounts
  • Real estate
  • Investment accounts
  • The Importance Of Proper Business Valuation

In addition to those issues, determining the value of a business or farm can become a major point of contention within a divorce. A business or farm may be the single largest asset within a marital estate. We rely on forensic accountants to help us arrive at a proper determination of value for a business.

In addition to forensic accountants we also utilize the assistance of such outside experts as real estate appraisers, personal property appraisers and retirement account specialists to help our clients secure their fair share of the marital estate.

Certified Family Law Specialist

At Roberts & Kelly, LLP, founding attorney Roberta S. Roberts is an Ohio State Bar Association Board Certified Family Relations Law Specialist. She is one of only 109 family law attorneys in the state who have been recognized in this way for the quality of representation they provide. Roberta and the rest of our firm are committed to helping our clients successfully navigate the challenges of high-asset divorce. Our decades of combined experience give our clients an advantage as they work through the process of their divorce.

We know that often there can be an emotional component to the division of assets. One spouse may have built a business from the ground up or a family home may have been passed down from parents. We work to help our clients achieve all of their goals and leave them well-positioned for a brighter future.

Contact The Troy High-Asset Divorce Lawyers Of Roberts & Kelly, LLP

When you are facing a divorce that is complicated by a substantial marital estate, our attorneys can help you protect your rights and your future. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 937-332-9300 or contact us online.