At Claridge Law Group, PLLC, our family law attorney offers the support you need for property and high asset divisions. We move for equitable divisions that fairly benefit each party involved. An experienced attorney steps in and negotiates on your behalf, especially when it comes to facing a stubborn spouse. In high net cases, it is imperative that you seek the counsel of a seasoned legal representative, as a mistake in a high net case can truly cost you.
Reach out to our firm and we can provide a complimentary consultation. During this initial meeting, we review your estate and advise you as to the best way to both protect your assets during the division, and to make sure that you are able to keep a fair portion of the properties.
Free phone consultations can be scheduled with our Scottsdale divorce attorney at (480) 568-2810.
Our proactive divorce attorney seeks to uncover deceit in your spouse's finances so that you can receive a fair amount of your joint property and assets. Occasionally, a spouse may suspect that their former partner has transferred money into an untouchable fund. If that money was jointly earned, or a part of the joint estate, it should usually be included in the division.
Our team not only knows how to fight for your rights to your equitable assets, but we also know when to honestly recommend a compromise. During our initial meeting, our Scottsdale divorce lawyer can recommend a clear path which can gain you the most equitable division for your high net divorce.
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