Build a bright and strong future.
Before proposing a property division plan, our attorneys thoroughly research all of our clients’, and their spouses’, assets, including real estate, bank accounts, retirement accounts, pensions, investment portfolios, income-producing properties, business interests, trusts and inheritances. Once we understand which properties are part of the marital estate, we work to determine each property’s current and future economic value.
When individuals are involved in high-asset divorces, property division becomes even more important.
Our firm has a vast network of experts, including real estate appraisers, personal property appraisers, forensic accountants, financial planners, pension valuators and business valuation professionals. As a former certified public accountant (CPA), attorney Stephen Williams also has unique insight into how assets and liabilities should be valued. Depending on the needs of our client, we build a team of financial professionals to evaluate our clients’ marital estate and ensure our clients’ security.
Safeguard your business.
Many of our clients are business owners. During divorce, many fear they will be forced to share their ownership or lose control of their company to their ex-spouse. Without careful financial planning, a business owner may not be able to cash flow a settlement agreement and may be forced to sell their businesses due to the property settlement. At Emswiller, Williams, Noland & Clarke, LLC, our attorneys help business owners safeguard the businesses they have spent years building.