Knowledgeable Counsel Through High-Asset Divorce
Couples who have been together a long time, as well as couples with high incomes, may have substantial assets to divide when they choose to divorce. The Maryland attorneys at Wampler & Souder, LLC, are experienced in cases involving substantial assets, working diligently to ensure our clients are treated fairly and appropriately throughout the divorce process.
Aside from substantial retirement accounts, couples who have accumulated a high net worth may have such assets as:
- Multiple real estate holdings, including vacation homes
- Business interests, stock options and other employment perks
- Valuable collections such as artwork, coins or precious metals
In addition, significant alimony amounts might come into play. This could have an effect for several years on both the party required to pay alimony and the party entitled to receive it. It is crucial to come to an acceptable arrangement if possible, because altering it down the road can be difficult.
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You owe it to yourself to be on a solid legal footing before filing for divorce so you know what to expect in your case and with the complex asset division ahead of you. Our lawyers have worked on behalf of many wealthy clients in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., to help them preserve their wealth during and after a divorce, and we can do the same for you.