Equitable Distribution

Maintaining two households is always more expensive than the cost of sustaining one. For this reason, only the wealthiest of divorcing couples can afford to continue the same standard of living post-divorce that they were able to enjoy in one household. With this in mind, the cost of divorce itself and any potential divorce litigation should be carefully analyzed, both over the short-term and the long-term. The attorneys at Greenberg Bryant & Bleier, LLP, have the experience necessary for handling divorces where substantial assets are involved and reputations are at stake.

IMPORTANT FACTORS TO CONSIDER IN HIGH NET WORK DIVORCE CASES

It is imperative in any divorce, to have an educated and realistic estimate regarding the costs associated with achieving your legal objectives. For any parent, working well with your co-parent and maximizing parenting time with your children is of the utmost importance. This process works both financially and emotionally. It is imperative in any divorce, to have an educated and realistic estimate regarding the costs associated with achieving your legal objectives.

We strongly believe that the first task in the high asset divorce case is to make sure that cost do not spiral out of control. At Greenberg, Bryant & Bleier, LLP, we emphasize prioritizing life's milestone events such as your children's college, your son's bar mitzvah, your daughter's wedding and your retirement above squandering it away on expert fees, counsel fees, appraisals and court appearances. A divorce action can have the potential to pull one off a financial cliff after having become lost in the uncertainty and emotion of what can feel like the back and forth movement of a clock's pendulum.