Protecting Your Interests When Dividing Marital Property
In some divorce cases, significant assets are at issue. The parties may own a business or have other significant assets that need to be split equitably. Issues concerning valuation of certain assets often arise, as do concerns relative to alimony and an equitable split of assets where one spouse will earn substantially more than the other after the divorce becomes final. The question of whether some of the assets should be considered nonmarital is also often in question. If your case involves any of these issues, it is imperative that you seek the counsel of an attorney who remains up-to-date with current case law and who has also handled the complexities associated with high-net-worth clients in divorce cases.
The Experience You Need On Your Side
With more than 25 years of experience, attorney Marios N. Karayannis has handled many cases involving closely held businesses, contested nonmarital assets, calculations concerning the valuation of certain assets and other disputes that arise in these complex cases. Our law office is in Geneva, and we represent motorcycle accident victims in Kane, DuPage, Cook, Kendall, DeKalb and McHenry counties and the surrounding areas.
Similarly, where the issue is the value of other significant assets, our attorney’s years of experience will give you a fair and reasonable expectation of what might happen at trial that will often result in a reasonable settlement without the need to go to trial.