Complex Financial Litigation in Divorce Cases
Divorce can be financially devastating to the parties. Early structuring of a settlement in a manner to preserve your hard-earned assets which may lost because of a divorce is imperative. As a client, you have certain rights to an equitable division of property. Our goal as experienced counsel is to determine which assets the parties have (often they are hidden) and to obtain a fair and reasonable settlement, taking into account the needs of our client and what effect that a resolution of the divorce will have on the parties’ assets.
Our office has worked with highly experienced forensic experts, for many years, to assist us in the valuation of the assets held by the parties and in locating assets which may be hidden by one spouse from the other.
Special Alert Re Tax Considerations In Divorce Cases Relating To The New Tax Act
Currently spousal support (alimony) is tax deductible in most instances to the party paying it and not taxable to the party receiving it. Recently, under the new tax act, the law changes with regard to the deductibility of spousal support or alimony in divorces completed after 2018. This will be an important consideration in determining whether one should file for divorce or whether to complete said divorce in 2018.
Advocating for Your Rights
To deliver that level of personalized representation, we have you work directly with your lawyer, Howard Gurwin. Attorney Gurwin brings to bear more than four decades of experience in these matters on every matter we handle. Those matters often include, for instance:
- Division of business property in divorce proceedings
- Contract disputes
- Business formation
- Issues facing restaurants and drinking establishments
- Real estate titles
- Divorce involving significant business assets
- Commercial insurance issues
We draw on that experience to provide you with intelligent legal guidance in even the most difficult and sophisticated matters. As a result, you can count on us to exercise seasoned legal judgment on your behalf even in those situations where your case might involve unusual legal principles or unclear laws.
To do so, attorney Gurwin works with you directly. You do not get handed off to an assistant you have never met or an attorney-in-training. Attorney Gurwin gets to know you, your legal needs and the specific facts of your case so he can recommend the legal solution that is right for you.
Schedule Your Initial Consultation with Our Office
Learn more about how Howard E. Gurwin, P.C., can assist you in your business or real estate litigation needs. Call to schedule an appointment: 248-352-2727. You can also reach us online.