On Your Side Since ’45
High-asset divorces trigger a number of sophisticated financial issues not found in more standard divorces. If you are involved in a high-asset divorce or you anticipate being involved in one, you can rely on the seasoned legal judgment of the lawyers at Nigro, Pettepit & Lucas, LLP.
Since 1945, our attorneys have delivered the kind of personalized legal guidance needed by high-asset clients such as yourself who are facing divorce. We deliver a comprehensive review of your assets and debts so you understand all of your legal options.
Further, our experienced advisers help you choose wisely from those options. To do that, we provide our hallmark: personalized legal services. Because we work closely with you to understand your needs and your goals, we can provide you with legal strategies in your divorce that are uniquely responsive to your particular situation.
Meeting Your Goals
Our attorneys are skilled negotiators with trial-proven skills. As a result, our advice to you during your case is fully informed by our experience in resolving disputes in court.
We know how to advise you regarding the risks and benefits associated with each legal option available to you. You will rest easier when you have relied on attorneys who know how to identify which approach best protects your rights, whether that approach is negotiation, settlement, trial or some other strategy.
Protecting Your Business
To best position you for success in and out of the courtroom, our legal team works with forensic accountants and other professionals to evaluate all aspects of a household financial structure to protect the interests of our clients. These experts become particularly valuable, for instance, when one of your assets is a business.
Business ownership does not pose an unusual circumstance for us in managing your divorce process. Our experience includes situations in which a family business is owned by, not one, but both spouses, as well as business succession and estate planning matters.
We can also assist you when your divorce involves complex business interests and entities. Those situations regularly trigger difficult questions concerning options, stock, interrelated family limited partnerships, operating agreements for LLCs, corporations and S corporations.
We Invite You To Schedule An Initial Consultation With Us Today.