Property Division For High-Asset Couples

Property division can be confusing, especially in situations where the spouses have a high net worth. Only an experienced family law attorney can help protect your interests when dividing marital property.

As a Maryland divorce attorney, Dwight W. Clark can assist you in complex property division matters. You can contact our firm in Columbia at 410-505-8680 or 888-523-6081 to schedule an initial consultation.

We Understand These Complex Issues

The team at the Law Offices of Dwight W. Clark, L.L.C., has experience handling complex asset division. We devote the time necessary to trace non-marital funds accurately.

Our family law lawyer can help you navigate complex property division issues such as:

  • Business valuation
  • Retirement
  • Pension
  • 401(k)
  • Inheritance
  • Investments
  • Marital debt
  • Real estate

When individuals of high net worth decide to divorce, the complexity of dividing property increases. Commingled investments, homes purchased together and business ownership all make the determination difficult.

We will work closely with financial specialists and business valuation experts to help us get a complete and accurate picture of your finances. This will allow us to fairly and accurately advise you about your complex marital property matters.

Providing Personalized Care You Need To Protect Your Assets

At our law firm, we treat our clients with courtesy and respect. We will give you an honest opinion on whether your case will be successful. We will be forthright about all aspects of your case, informing you on the status of your divorce each step of the way. We also provide clients with affordable rates and will give them clear and detailed monthly statements, so that they know how their money is being applied to their case.

Contact Our Law Firm Today For Help

Contact our Columbia attorney for complex property division assistance by calling 410-505-8680 or 888-523-6081. We serve clients in Howard, Carroll, Baltimore, Montgomery, Prince George's, Anne Arundel and Harford counties.