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Pittsburgh and Allegheny County High Net Worth Divorce Lawyer

Having considerable wealth could make your divorce much more complicated than you might have been prepared for. An experienced high net worth divorce lawyer in Pittsburgh can help you through this trying time while protecting your rights.

When you have substantial finances, property, assets, and other valuables, the division of your property and assets, as well as concerns over alimony, are sure to have an impact on the outcome of your divorce settlement. Fortunately, when you choose to work with a Pittsburgh high net worth divorce lawyer, you can rest assured that you will not be taken advantage of.

At Taybron Law Firm, LLC, we are prepared to help you fight for what is rightfully yours as your marriage comes to an end. It is not uncommon for divorces involving those who are well off to become quite messy, and in cases like these, you certainly have a lot to lose if you do not secure your financial affairs.

Equitable Distribution of High-Value Assets and Property 

When a married couple splits up in Pittsburgh, their marital property, assets, and debts will need to be divided. In Pennsylvania, this is known as the equitable distribution process. Here, your marital assets will be divided equitably, so both spouses are able to retain their fair share.

However, there are several assets that may be considered in a high net worth divorce, some of which include investment pieces, business shares, real estate, pensions, and stocks, to name a few. The good news is that if you brought, say, a trust fund into the marriage, your trust fund will remain yours, as any assets brought into the marriage are not considered marital property in Pennsylvania.

Is One Spouse Entitled to Financial Support? 

Also common for those with a high net worth who are going through a divorce is for the question of financial support to arise. If one spouse earns less than the other, has relied on them financially, or temporarily requires financial assistance while they find their footing, they may be able to secure an alimony order.

If you are going to be seeking spousal support, or if you believe you could be ordered to pay alimony and want to be sure you only pay what is fair, a Pittsburgh attorney can help you come to a resolution with your ex so that the decision is not sent to the judge. In high net worth divorces, you will want to retain as much control over these choices as possible.

Schedule Your Consultation with a High Net Worth Attorney in Pittsburgh

When you have considerable assets and wealth and you are preparing to legally end your marriage, you may choose to have a Pittsburgh high net worth divorce lawyer at Taybron Law Firm, LLC represent your case. With our years of experience and success in court, we have the ability to do everything possible to see that you will not be taken advantage of by a money-hungry spouse.

You can schedule your consultation at our firm by giving our office a call at (412) 231-9786 or submitting the online contact form we have included at the bottom of this page. 

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Taybron Law Firm, LLC Is the Right Choice for Your Family Matters

Learn more about our firm and why you should entrust our experienced legal team to handle your family law matters.

  • Supporting Active Military and Veterans
    Offering Free 30-Minute Consultations to Active Military and Veterans.
  • Experienced

    More than 30 years of combined experience practicing family law in Pennsylvania.

  • Diverse
    Attorney Melissa C. Taybron is trained as a mediator and collaborative family lawyer.
  • Complex Cases
    Experienced with high income, self employed professionals in complex support and equitable distribution cases.
  • Strong Support
    A team of senior attorneys, junior associates, paralegals and law school clerks for full legal support throughout the process.

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We can further discuss the individual details of your case when you come in for your no-obligation consultation, which can be scheduled by calling our firm at (412) 231-9786 or via the quick contact form we have included at the bottom of this page.

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