Troy High-Asset Divorce Attorneys
When couples accumulate significant assets over the course of their marriage and then decide to divorce
, determining who receives what property can become a contentious process. In these situations, it is critical to be represented by a lawyer who thoroughly understands Michigan property division
At Sakis & Sakis, PLC, in Troy, we represent spouses in high-asset divorces involving:
- Second homes and investment real estate
- Family businesses and partnerships
- Professional partnerships (such as doctors, lawyers and accountants)
- Complex stock holdings
- Pensions and retirement accounts
We Have The Resources To Obtain Accurate Information
If one spouse was the major income earner, the other spouse often fears that income or total net worth could be hidden during the property division
process. A business owner who sees divorce looming may attempt to hide personal income or reduce salary and build up equity in the business. Rest assured that our firm has extensive experience uncovering hidden assets and reaching a fair valuation of real estate and other property. We work with business valuators, forensic accountants and other specialists to get a clear picture of a couple’s total marital property.
Conversely, a vengeful spouse may seek more assets than he or she is allowed. We help our clients distinguish between marital property that will need to be divided and nonmarital property that is not subject to property division.
We advocate aggressively for our clients at all phases of the case. We strive to resolve property division matters efficiently through negotiation, but if an agreement cannot be reached, we are always prepared to protect our clients’ rights in court.
Your Financial Stability Is At Stake
Whether you are in a high-asset divorce or not, the decisions that are made regarding property division will impact your long-term financial stability. It’s always a wise move to put experienced property division attorneys in your corner.
We invite you to call or email us
to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. We will review the facts of your case, provide a straightforward assessment and recommend the best steps to take.