Premier Legal Representation For High-Asset Divorce in Livingston County
Proudly Serving Monroe County
Whenever possible, we all want the divorce process to go smoothly. However, this isn’t always the case. The process of dividing a life you’ve shared with someone and quantifying your time and efforts as assets and property can be incredibly emotional. High-asset divorces can be stressful, especially if one party is afraid their standard of living will change. You may not agree with your former partner about the terms of your separation, and you may need an aggressive advocate who will fight for you.
At Duke Law Firm, P.C., we can help you answer all these questions and more. With over 20 years of experience, we can ease your stress and help you feel confident about the next step of your journey.
I’m Ready to Fight for What You Deserve
Some of the major issues during a high-asset divorce include how property will be divided, how long the process will take, hidden assets and whether the proceedings will go to court. The answers to these concerns depend on your situation, but I will do my best to keep your case out of court. If it does go to court, however, I will fight tirelessly to help you get what you need. If you have children, I will advocate for a fair custody and visitation agreement that allows you to remain an active part of their lives.
You shouldn’t be intimidated during a high-asset or contentious divorce. I will be your trusted attorney to make sure your voice is heard.
Helping You Before and After Divorce
If you’re afraid of losing your standard of living or being left financially destitute after your divorce, you may need to consider bankruptcy as a solution. Not only can I help you throughout the divorce proceedings, but I can also help you file for bankruptcy afterward if needed.
Additionally after a divorce, it may be necessary to work with a financial advisor to work on your will or estate plan. I can make sure everything is accounted for, and you know who to turn to for additional assistance.
No matter what your situation is, I can find a solution and help you step confidently toward a bright future.
Seeking Modification of a Divorce Order or Divorce Agreement
If you would like to challenge a court decision concerning your high-asset, contested or litigated divorce, I can guide you through the process. I have experience reviewing court orders and can identify when it’s necessary to seek a modification of a divorce order or divorce agreement.
Schedule Your Consultation Today
You need effective and knowledgeable guidance to help you get through a high-asset or contentious divorce. With many years of experience litigating on behalf of clients in family law cases, you can trust us to advocate for your best interests.
If you have an uncontested divorce, flat-fee options are available. Call our firm today at 585-449-4987, or send us a message online. Our attorneys are available for consultations, virtually or in-person, and you may conveniently schedule your appointment by either using the scheduler found to the lower left on this page or by calling our office.
We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.