Dividing marital property after a divorce can be taxing, both emotionally and financially, but it is a necessary part of the divorce process. A highly qualified and experienced divorce attorney can make this unfortunate necessity a bit less painful while ensuring that you receive your fair share of the marital assets. At Riewer & Collins, we are known for aggressively advocating for our Highland Park clients’ best interests when it comes to the division of property and assets, especially in high asset cases.
Lake County divorce attorneys and judges must adhere to Illinois state law when determining an equitable division of marital assets after a divorce. Contrary to popular belief, an equitable division of assets does not always mean that each party will receive half of their joint property and possessions. Other factors are taken into consideration, such as the length of the marriage, tax issues, custody of the children, and age and health of both parties. At Riewer & Collins, our family law attorneys apply our combined legal experience and expertise to your case. We advise our Highland Park families on just what to expect and ensuring that they receive the portion of the marital assets they deserve.
When it comes to business owners and divorce, things can become very complex very quickly. Our high asset divorce attorneys advise our Highland Park clients on the division of their business assets, ensuring that they receive the best possible outcome for both their business and personal finances.
Whether you are dividing property, business assets, investments, retirement accounts, or all of the above, our Lake County family law firm can help you sort through the business aspect of the divorce successfully, so that you can move on and begin the healing process.