Closely Held Business And High-Asset Divorce

High-Asset Divorce For Business Owners

A high-asset divorce may put your financial security at stake. You need an aggressive trial lawyer who is ready to fight for your financial interests. The Law Offices of Shelly L. Kennedy, Ltd., can be a valuable resource for you at this time.

Over her 25-year legal career, Shelly Kennedy has become known as one of Ohio’s go-to lawyers for high-asset, high-conflict family disputes. She is forceful in the courtroom and in negotiations. When you hire our firm, you can be assured your financial future is in good hands.

From our offices in Port Clinton and Sandusky, we help clients throughout north central Ohio keep their businesses intact and preserve their assets during divorce.

Asset Protection In Property Division

At The Law Offices of Shelly L. Kennedy, Ltd., we know the key to financial security after a divorce lies in asset protection. One of the most important steps in this process is the classification of property as marital or separate. Marital property must be divided; separate property will remain separate and is not up for division.

Attorney Shelly Kennedy thoroughly examines our clients’ and their spouses’ finances, investments and real estate holdings to uncover hidden assets and trace and classify properties. We work closely with financial experts, including forensic accountants, CPAs, real estate appraisers and business valuation professionals to determine the value of each piece of marital property. Once we know what is in the marital estate and the value of each asset, we work to protect our clients’ separate property and ensure they get a fair piece of marital assets.

Keeping Businesses Intact

Many of our clients are business owners and are concerned about the effect a divorce will have on their ability to keep their company. At The Law Offices of Shelly L. Kennedy, Ltd., we think outside the box and develop creative property division plans that allow our clients to keep their businesses intact.

A lifetime of hard work and entrepreneurship should not be jeopardized due to divorce. Protect your assets. Contact The Law Offices of Shelly L. Kennedy, Ltd., at 419-626-6300.