Resolving High-Asset Divorce Cases

Certain married couples realize that it would be best if they went their separate ways and filed for divorce. This is true whether the spouses are newlywed, have been together for a long time, are of modest means or have significant combined wealth. In all divorce cases, however, it is vital for individuals — especially those with many assets — to hire an experienced divorce lawyer to protect their rights and their property throughout the divorce process.

With 25 years of experience as a Louisville high-asset divorce attorney, Todd K. Bolus is ready to discuss your situation and help you navigate through the complex divorce process. Mr. Bolus will listen to your goals and work hard to ensure your rights are protected throughout your proceedings.

Give Todd Bolus a call today or fill out a short divorce intake form online to briefly explain your situation. All calls and e-mails are promptly returned.

What Types Of Property Do You Have To Divide?

In addition to child-related issues, two of the most important topics discussed during high-asset divorces are alimony and property division. Mr. Bolus will work hard to ensure that you will be taken care of after your divorce, that any spousal support payments are fair and that you keep your property that is important to you.

Our Kentucky law office has experience handling a couple's:

  • Retirement accounts, including 401(k), IRA and pension accounts
  • Stocks and stock options
  • Mutual funds
  • Offshore accounts
  • Real estate
  • Individually owned or family-owned businesses

When necessary, Mr. Bolus teams up with financial and business valuation specialists to accurately ascertain the current and future values of your assets. He will also analyze any prior agreements — such as prenuptial agreements — and will determine their validity and challenge them if he feels it can help your case.

Contact An Experienced Family Law Attorney

Reach out to Todd K. Bolus today for help with your high-asset divorce and asset division issues. You may contact our Louisville law office online today to schedule your initial conversation. You may also reach our office at 502-438-9526 or toll free at 800-821-4049.

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