In some divorce cases significant assets are at issue. Frequently, the parties own a business or have other significant assets that need to be split equitably. Issues concerning valuation of certain assets often arise as do concerns relative to achieving an equitable split of assets where one spouse will frankly earn substantially more than the other after the divorce becomes final. The question of whether some of the assets should be considered non-marital is also often in question.
If your case involves any of these issues, it is imperative that you seek the counsel of an attorney who remains up-to-date with current case law who has also handled the complexities associated with high net worth clients in divorce cases. With more than 25 years of experience, Marios N. Karayannis has handled many cases involving closely held businesses, contested non-marital assets, calculations concerning the valuation of certain assets and other disputes that arise in these complex cases.
Our attorney has worked with experts to appraise the values of a variety of assets and has the experience necessary to understand the complexities of your situation. He can draw on experience from many prior case to advise you what you can reasonably expect in your case and will assist you in achieving a fair result under the law and the facts of your situation. Where the value of a business is at issue, our attorney is exceptionally well prepared to help you with this issue as he has tried cases in divorce court as well as in business disputes and even the US Tax Court where valuation of a business or the value of its stock was contested.
Similarly, where the issue is the value of other significant assets, our attorney’s years of experience will give you a fair and reasonable expectation of what might happen at trial that will often result in a reasonable settlement without the need to go to trial.
If your case involves substantial assets, contact Karayannis Law Offices by calling 630-463-9010.