During a divorce, equitable distribution of property includes all assets and debts acquired during the marriage. Since the law in the State of New York does not literally mean that assets and debts are allocated equally, it is important to have a legal counsel who can help you navigate through the complexities of the allocation process. At Goldweber Epstein LLP, we are well-versed in asset and debt allocation laws and work hard to ensure that our clients receive an agreeable and fair distribution.
While this process can be difficult, especially in high net worth divorces, you can rest assured that we examine your case thoroughly to ensure favorable outcomes.
With over three decades of experience handling high net worth divorce, we have helped countless clients in Manhattan and all of New York City obtain fair and equitable asset allocation.
We can get started with your case as soon as you call for a consultation at (917) 809-7669!
New York courts follow equitable distribution of property guidelines which are more flexible than they sound.
Determining whether something is marital or separate Property is often a complex matter. Interests in businesses, professional licenses, and even college degrees can be subject to distribution if they are determined to be Marital Property. When protecting your property and interests, our Manhattan divorce attorneys can pursue all strategies that best suit your needs.
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