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High Net-Worth Divorce in St. Louis County

Call a St. Louis County Divorce Attorney for Reputable Counsel

When a couple that possesses more combined assets decides they no longer wish to stay married, their division could be a difficult process. Particularly in instances where the couple co-owns or have both worked with things such as a family business, the process of dividing the mutual assets can be highly contested.

The skilled St. Louis County divorce attorneys at Coulter Goldberger, LLC can provide you with the experience you need to help you through your divorce case. We have helped numerous individuals through the divorce process, and can assist with the mediation and litigation processes to develop a divorce agreement that is both fair and mutually beneficial to both spouses while protecting your own best interests. We recognize the importance of placing the needs of our clients first in each case we take, which is why we strive to keep your wishes at the forefront of every step of the process.

Are you a high net-worth individual looking for representation for your divorce? Schedule a consultation with Coulter Goldberger, LLC today by calling 314-675-1065.

Characteristics Of A High Net-Worth Divorce

Having quality legal representation during a divorce is crucial, particularly when there is a large number of assets that must be divided. If your best wishes are not maintained or the division process is mishandled, your future could be placed in jeopardy.

Assets in a high net-worth divorce may include:

  • Businesses, including closely-held businesses or partnerships
  • 401(k)s, pensions, or other retirement accounts
  • Intellectual property
  • Investments
  • Real estate or property assets
  • Works of art

Our team of attorneys can assist you with the asset division process, including helping you determine which assets are considered to be “marital property” and which ones are individually held. All of these things will have a bearing on other factors of your divorce as well, including child custody and spousal maintenance.

Let us help you with your divorce; contact Coulter Goldberger, LLC now!