The Stakes Are Raised when the Divorce Involves Wealth or Complicated Financial Settings

Getting divorced in New Jersey can become even more complicated when you or your spouse is a business owner, high income earner or an owner of high-value assets. New Jersey's marital property laws can be complex. Having the counsel and support of an attorney who has a tax and accounting background can be invaluable to help navigate the process of valuing and safeguarding these valuable assets.

The professionals at Diamond & Diamond, P.A., provide perspective on the best course of action for each of our high-net-worth clients and we are comfortable working with the best forensic accounting experts to assist you. We provide the insight and guidance needed to come through a complicated divorce, along with the resources needed to obtain the best possible outcome. Reach out to us today for your high-net-worth divorce legal services in Short Hills, NJ.

Keeping Interests Out of Harm's Way

After children, the financial impact of a divorce is one of a client's biggest concerns. There's no shame in wanting to protect personal assets, businesses and property. Our clients can remain confident that they will receive what is a truly fair division of assets because our knowledge of marital property (including our understanding of valuation methodologies, cash flow analysis and tax implications), our aggressive negotiation skills and (most importantly) our courtroom experience, gives us a leg up.

Alimony & Marital Lifestyle

Under the changed alimony laws of New Jersey, each party is entitled to maintain the "marital lifestyle" to the extent maintaining such a lifestyle is possible. Yet, for most, it's not possible to maintain two separate households and simultaneously permit both parties the ability to maintain the former marital lifestyle. This is a perfect example of where the skillset of an experienced family law attorney comes into play. An experienced family law attorney will know how to: (1) analyze the asset division to assist in maximizing cash flow; (2) examine "perks" available to a party through employment as part of a support award; and (3) determine each party's support needs. Generally, not an easy task, nor a task that should not be handled in a cookie cutter fashion.

Having access to the financial resources necessary to live a fulfilled life is instrumental in moving on after divorce. We at Diamond & Diamond, P.A., will not stop fighting for our clients to ensure that the alimony award reflects the best possible outcome for them .

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Call our lawyers at (973) 379-9292 for a free initial high net worth divorce consultation, or contact us by email at We will give you honest answers and provide competent & professional legal services. Proudly representing family law clients in Short Hills, NJ and throughout New Jersey.

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