Knowledgeable Attorneys in High Net Worth Divorce Cases

While the division of property can be complicated in any divorce, tensions can rise when stakes are high. High net worth divorce requires informed counsel and advocacy to secure your interests and protect your financial well-being into the future. At Hubeny & Zaba, LLC, in Westmont, Illinois, our family law attorneys offer experienced advocacy focused on protecting the rights and financial interests of our clients in the divorce process.

High-Paying Professions and the Division of Income

At the time of divorce, both parties will walk away with less than what they shared as a couple. This can be difficult for both high-wage earners as well as dependent spouses. We represent both high-income individuals such as doctors, lawyers, stockholders and executives, as well as dependent spouses in complex division of property. Our divorce lawyers understand the sensitivity of these cases and will work to protect your professional reputation, your standard of living, and the best interests of your children.

Our attorneys are experienced with cases involving high assets and business valuation, including:

  • Family businesses
  • Professional businesses
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Retirement and pensions
  • Real estate property
  • Inheritance
  • Lottery winnings
  • Judgments and settlements

Asset Recovery and Private Investigations in Complex Property Division

When one party is an independent contractor and runs a private business, or if you suspect your spouse is hiding assets, we will work with financial analysts, forensic accountants, and other specialists who can assist in uncovering hidden assets. At every stage, our high-asset divorce attorneys will remain dedicated to the protection of your property so that you can move forward with the financial security you deserve.

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