Asset and Property Protection

Some people will make every effort to avoid and prevent an accurate appraisal and division of the marital estate when confronted with the possibility of divorce. They may utilize tax shelters, multiple corporations, running personal expenses through business entities, taking or making loans, or utilizing home equity loans or lines of credit to deliberately hide assets and extenuate their true net worth.

At SekellaLaw, PLLC, our legal team of New Hampshire divorce attorneys will work closely with professional experts, including forensic accountants, tax experts, and appraisers for real estate and business, to calculate income and value assets, as well as explain tax consequences.

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We offer guidance on the following issues related to high-net-worth divorce:

  • Bank Accounts
  • N.H. Complex Property Division
  • Division of Businesses and Professional Practices
  • Division of Retirement Plans
  • Alimony With a High-income Payor
  • Investments
  • Stock Options
  • Marital Estate Assessment
  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Real Estate, Including Vacation Homes
  • Vehicles, Including Recreational Vehicles and Boats
  • Collections