During the divorce process, you will have the right and/or the obligation to ask and/or provide all of the relevant financial information to the other party so that you and your spouse can work with your attorneys to identify the marital assets, to value the marital assets, and to ultimately agree on how to divide those assets, or if no agreement is reached, ask the court to divide those assets.
Many of my clients come into the divorce process without any information about their joint marital finances because they trusted their spouse to manage the financial aspects of their marriage. Not knowing what you have or do not have as you face the life-changing event of divorce can be extremely unsettling. I have counseled hundreds of clients through that process and a large part of my role as your attorney will be arming you with all of the information you need to make the best financial decisions for yourself after the divorce is final.
For those who managed the finances and have all of the information, my role is to help you produce the documents and information that is necessary to move through the divorce process in an informed manner.
For all of my clients my goal is to complete the discovery part of the process efficiently and cost-effectively so that we can focus on the most important aspect of your case, which is the final division of the marital assets we identify in the discovery phase.
I work with a team of financial experts, such as forensic accountants, pension valuators, business valuators, and the like to ensure we value your assets or your spouse’s assets accurately and that we have uncovered all of the assets that exist.