Illinois High Asset Divorce Attorney
Serving Kendall and Kane Counties
Spouses contemplating divorce and who make a significant amount of income, with a substantial amount of assets to protect, need strategic financial advice from a high-asset divorce attorney.
At the Law Office of Warren G. Sylvester, located in Batavia, Illinois, we have the experience, knowledge and financial expertise to handle your high-asset divorce case. Whether you own a family business and need business valuation, or you are the CEO of a successful corporation, a high asset divorce attorney can help protect you and your financial investments in divorce.
To learn more about our legal services and how we can offer you legal asset protection strategies, contact the Law Office of Warren G. Sylvester to schedule a free 30-minute initial consultation. Call 630-232-7306, or email us today. We are available to serve clients across northern Illinois, including Kendall, Kane, Elgin, St. Charles, DeKalb and Aurora counties.
Additional Considerations for High Asset Divorce Cases
High asset divorce cases address many of the same issues that take place in any divorce. However, a high asset divorce attorney must be mindful of the additional concerns high asset divorce cases often involve, such as:
- Complex Property Division
- Finding Hidden Assets
- High Asset Child Support Payments
- High Asset Spousal Maintenance
- Prohibiting the Sale or Transfer of Marital Property
- Protecting Financial Investments and Retirement Accounts
With nearly 10 years of experience in financial analysis, attorney Warren G. Sylvester is more than capable of handling multi-million dollar contracts and negotiating complex marital estate and asset settlements, on behalf of his clients. While every case is unique and different, our law firm is able to represent your high asset divorce and protect everything that is of value to you.
Contact a High Asset Divorce Attorney in Batavia
- Family Law
- Alimony and Spousal Maintenance
- Business Valuations
- Child Custody, Visitation & Parenting Time
- Child Support
- Civil Union Dissolution / Divorce
- Collaborative Law
- Division of Marital Assets & Debts
- Divorce FAQs
- Division of Pension Benefits
- Dissolution of Marriage
- High Asset Divorce
- Mediation & Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Modifications & Enforcement
- Paternity & Adoption
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Uncontested Divorce