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Milwaukee High-Asset Divorce Attorneys

Not all divorces are made the same. Some couples have particularly unique situations due to the unusual marital assets they have accumulated. For business owners and executives in particular, it is not only difficult to divide business assets, but also to accurately assess the value of the business.

Handling Simple Divorces As Well As Complex Business Valuation And Division Of Assets With Ease

At Becker, Hickey & Poster, S.C., our Milwaukee high-asset divorce lawyers tailor representation to clients who need extra concern and legal knowledge in the unique circumstances of their family law proceedings. Business owners, executives, and professionals like lawyers, dentists and doctors typically contact us for help with atypical assets such as:

  • Interests in partnerships
  • Real estate investments
  • Stock options
  • Business ownership (i.e., sole proprietorships, LLCs, etc.)
  • Deferred compensation accounts
  • Fluctuating income from commission, bonuses and Subchapter S-corporations
  • Retirement accounts

These kinds of assets can be difficult to value, and then subsequently divide, which is why working with an attorney who understands these unique areas of divorce is integral in your success. Our firm can help you consider all angles of your divorce, whether you need representation in simple property division or complex asset issues, working to assure that you are not financially crippled and that all important tax laws are taken into consideration.

Contact The Waukesha High-Income Divorce Lawyers At Becker, Hickey & Poster, S.C.

Our attorneys are well-respected and known throughout Wisconsin for the high-quality representation they provide to individuals in complex legal matters. Contact us online or at 414-273-1414 for assistance.

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