Kane County High Net Worth Divorce Lawyers
Attorneys for High Asset Divorce Cases in St. Charles, Batavia, and Elgin
When a couple with significant wealth and high net worth file for divorce, the process often involves unique challenges and obstacles. Identifying and dividing marital property is frequently a major point of contention in such situations. At Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC, we have handled many high-income and high-asset divorce cases, and we are equipped to meet the challenges they present.
Our attorneys have the knowledge and skills to resolve even the most complex property division disputes, and can help you protect your assets while preventing your spouse from keeping financial secrets. We are prepared to advocate on behalf of our clients at the negotiation table. However, as experienced litigators, we are also not afraid to take your matter into the courtroom when necessary.
Skilled Attorneys for Illinois High Net Worth Divorce Cases
As an equitable distribution state, Illinois requires marital property to be divided fairly in a divorce, not necessarily evenly. Doing so requires careful consideration of the couple's marriage and financial circumstances. When a couple possesses a great deal of wealth or severely disparate incomes, these considerations, along with those related to spousal maintenance and child support, can be especially complex.
Our attorneys realize the importance of accurately identifying and evaluating marital assets. In many high net worth divorce cases, we work with experts, including real estate and business appraisers, financial planners, and vocational experts to be sure that your best interests are always fully protected.
There are many factors that contribute to the complexity of a high net worth divorce. At MKFM Law, we are prepared to help you with all them, including:
- Asset protection;
- Valuating business interests;
- Real estate appraisals and valuations;
- Appraisals of other high-value assets, including jewelry and artwork;
- Finding hidden assets and undisclosed revenue streams;
- Protecting retirement accounts;
- Enforcing or challenging prenuptial or postnuptial agreements; and
- Planning for tax considerations.
Finding a Workable Solution
When left to the courts, a high net worth divorce situation often becomes very unpredictable. You and your spouse can maintain much greater control by agreeing to resolve your differences amicably, if at all possible. By reaching a negotiated agreement, you will likely save a great deal of time and money throughout the process. When an amicable settlement is not possible, however, our attorneys will represent your interests effectively and aggressively in litigation as well.
If you are considering a divorce and have concerns about your high-asset or high-income situation, contact our office today. Call MKFM Law, at 630-549-0960 to schedule a no-obligation consultation. We are proud to serve clients in and around Batavia, Elburn, Aurora, Geneva, St. Charles, and all throughout Kane County.