Division of High Net Assets
People plan and put a lot of thought into what is often the happiest day of their lives – their wedding day. Unfortunately, if the time should come when you want to get a divorce, it won’t take long to figure out that no amount of planning could have prepared you for the anger, stress and ill will you may feel against your spouse.
If you are facing divorce, whether amicable or incredibly contentious, you owe it to yourself and your family to protect your assets. NJ divorce asset distribution lawyer Ron Graziano is the managing partner of Cherry Hill, NJ-based Graziano & Flynn, P.C. He has represented many high net worth people, like you, who are going through divorce and need to make sure they are protected — financially and emotionally. Mr. Graziano has also been named a “New Jersey Super Lawyer” and was listed in the publication “The Best Lawyers in America.”Dividing the Assets “Equitably” During a NJ Divorce Proceeding
If you have complicated financial marital assets or fail to agree on who owns or should get what in the divorce, you need assistance negotiating an equitable distribution of assets. “Equitable” doesn’t mean 50/50 in New Jersey divorce law. If you are fortunate enough to have high net worth assets such as investment accounts or a business, you need an experienced NJ divorce lawyer who understands the changing laws regarding distribution of high net assets. You need to protect your interests and your financial future.
Ron Graziano of Graziano & Flynn, P.C. will help you through these negotiations and make sure that your final divorce agreement protects your interests and provides for you and any children you may have now and in the future.High Net Asset Divorces Require Extra Planning and Negotiation
Depending on your specific situation, you may be entitled to more than you think you are when your marriage is ending. There are some basic things to go over with your divorce attorney when considering dividing assets. Divorce lawyer Ron Graziano will discuss the assets you brought into the marriage and which assets were earned or purchased jointly during the marriage. He will make sure you retain your share of any
- Stocks, bonds or other investments
- 401(k) accounts, IRAs, other retirement accounts or pensions
- Business, including professional practices
- Property, including vacation homes
- Business stock options
It’s not uncommon in high net worth divorce cases for one or both spouses to have assets the other spouse is unaware of, or tried to hide in the time leading up to the divorce. For example, having an asset that is clearly personal and marital property held by a corporation. If you suspect that your spouse is hiding assets that should be divided in the divorce settlement, talk to Ron Graziano. He works with a team of experts including forensic accountants and private investigators to locate hidden assets and he will make sure you get what’s rightly yours.What Impacts Final Equitable Distribution Agreements in New Jersey?
During a divorce, feelings can change between the parties. A situation you thought would be amicable can change on a dime when feelings get hurt over petty disagreements. This is especially true when dealing with high net assets. Everything is up for discussion and NJ divorce attorney Ron Graziano has considerable experience working with people in South Jersey who are facing divorce and need the advice and guidance of a knowledgeable, experienced attorney.
NJ statutes govern what constitutes equitable distribution, including how long you were married, current and future ability to earn income, and the value of all the assets — big and small. Of course, Ron Graziano will be by your side to enforce your pre-nuptial agreement, as well as issue negotiate issues like custody of children and alimony — including lifetime alimony, if appropriate.Call Skilled, Experienced NJ Divorce Lawyer Ron Graziano
You have worked hard to create a life in South Jersey where you can take care of yourself and your children. If you are getting divorced, it’s natural to be anxious and stressed about making sure you and your family are provided for now and in the future. Likewise, if you are the spouse who has worked hard to build a business or a practice, you naturally want to preserve as much of that as you can. By speaking with NJ divorce lawyer Ron Graziano, you will rest easy knowing that he will make sure you are going to get the assets you are legally entitled to from your marriage. He will not rest until you a truly equitable distribution agreement is reached.
We invite you to contact us for a free, confidential consultation with an experienced NJ divorce attorney at Graziano & Flynn, P.C. We can be reached at 856-499-4351 or toll free 866-948-7568. You can also send us an email and we will respond promptly. Ron Graziano will work hard on your behalf to make sure you are able to move on, protected, and able to begin rebuilding your life after divorce.