Defending Your Interests In A High Net Worth Divorce
When married couples with high net worth engage in divorce proceedings, addressing issues related to valuable assets and property adds a layer of complexity to this legal process. It is vital to retain an attorney who understands the intricate nature of high-asset divorce.
Kemp Law Group provides cutting-edge legal counsel to clients with complicated financial interests and obligations. Jacqueline Kemp is one of the few Ohio attorneys certified as a Family Law Specialist. She earned this designation through her legal ability and her vast understanding of the family law statutes. These qualities help her clients get the results that they desire.
Addressing All Conflicts Related To Assets And Property
Our firm partners with area experts to ensure clients have an accurate assessment of their income, assets and debt. Our work with specialists in business valuation, asset tracing and forensic accounting ensures that we identify and evaluate all items of worth, including:
- Investment properties
- High-value collections, including automobiles, art and jewelry
- Stocks, 401(k)s, IRAs and Roth IRAs
- Compensation packages and stock ownership plans
- Executive compensation packages
- Public and private pension evaluations
- Business assets and liabilities
- Business valuation
- Vocational assessments
- Real estate valuations
We use these evaluations to negotiate for fair property agreements and other agreements affected by income, such as child support obligations or spousal support awards. Throughout the negotiation process, we keep our clients apprised of their options and possible outcomes, including future tax obligations.
We explore all alternatives when seeking the best solutions for our clients. A seasoned litigator, Jacqueline Kemp aggressively promotes her clients’ interests in court when parties cannot agree to terms.
Speak With A Certified Specialist Today
Arrange your private consultation at our firm by contacting us online or over the phone at 614-389-1991. During our meeting, we will give you an honest evaluation of your case so that you know your options before you take action.