High Asset Divorce Attorney in MO
Need a skilled St. Louis divorce attorney?
Even the most basic of divorces is full of difficulties and complexities.
When the parties have accumulated a large number of assets during their
marriage, the challenges associated with that divorce can often increase.
In these situations, it is important to obtain a St. Charles County divorce
lawyer who is experienced in the nuances of representing high-net-worth
clients. When you come to Pedano, O’Shea, McGavic & Hogenmiller,
LLC, that is exactly what you will find. Our seasoned legal team will
work to ensure that your financial security remains protected during and
after your divorce.
Issues Involved in High-Net-Worth Divorces
Often, one of the most important aspects of representing clients in a high
asset divorce is identifying and dividing marital property. When this
is done properly, it can ensure that all sides are happy.
These properties may include the following:
- Business assets
- Property held in trust
- Stocks, bonds, retirement accounts
- Other investments
- Vehicles and other valuables
In these situations, knowledge of business and corporate law, taxation,
and real property are crucial. The St. Louis divorce attorneys at Pedano,
O’Shea, McGavic & Hogenmiller, LLC are well-versed in the unique
legal complexities that high-net-worth divorces present. From ownership
in business interests and stocks to 401(k)s, IRAs, and pensions, we are
committed to ensuring that all your property is divided clearly and concisely
in a fair manner.
Get the Support You Need Throughout the Process
At Pedano, O’Shea, McGavic & Hogenmiller, LLC, we continue to
represent our clients following the
divorce to ensure that all post judgment property issues are resolved, including
the preparation and implementation of qualified domestic relations orders
(QDROs) to ensure that all retirement accounts are properly divided.
Ready to move forward with a high-asset divorce? We invite you to
contact our office to discuss your matter further and schedule a complimentary consultation.