New Jersey High Net Worth Divorce Attorney
Clifton Divorce Settlement Attorney With More Than 45 years of Experience
One of the most difficult aspects of the divorce process is the division of marital assets. This is especially true when couples have intertwined business assets, retirement accounts, investments and other complex assets.
Howard J. Pfeffer, Attorney at Law, has handled more than a thousand family law cases in his 43-year career and has an extensive property division background. He is skilled at representing clients' interests in even the most complex asset division cases. Contact our office in Clifton, New Jersey, to learn how he can help you.
Identifying Marital Assets in High-Net-Worth Divorce Cases
New Jersey follows the legal principle of equitable distribution of marital assets. This includes any property accumulated during the marriage, from the home to retirement account funds. The problem in high-net-worth divorce cases is that the martial assets can become heavily intertwined with separate assets, or assets acquired before the marriage. Identifying and separating all the assets is a complex task that requires a meticulous investigation and full disclosure from both parties.
Lawyer Howard K. Pfeffer has represented many clients in high-net-worth divorce cases. He works closely with forensic accountants and other financial experts to accurately identify all the assets available for division, and divide them fairly between the parties.
Many high-net-worth individuals have a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement that they signed in order to protect their assets in a divorce. If you have one, Howard can help make sure the property distribution judgment follows the terms of the agreement.
Protecting Business Assets
Are you or your spouse a business owner? If so, you may be concerned about losing your business assets during the divorce, or obtaining the assets you feel you are entitled to receive.
Call Mr. Pfeffer at (973) 473-7171 or email him at Lucianolaw@yahoo.com, to get an experienced lawyer who understands the difficult nature of dividing business assets during a divorce. Howard will help make sure you receive or retain a fair amount of the assets. He will work to put you in the strongest financial position possible following your separation.