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You Will Have a Long Future After Your Divorce. Protect It.
Reaching a fair marital property settlement can be more contentious than child custody issues in a divorce settlement. Both parties fight to protect their financial interests and protect their right not to lose their quality of life.
The attorneys of
Greenberg & Krieger LLP have been protecting people’s property rights through divorce for more than 50 years. We understand the complex financial and emotional issues tied to estate holdings, business valuation, pensions and premarital assets. That’s why we won’t allow our clients to rush to judgment about what they want or demand.
We Take Time to Understand Your Complete Needs Before Giving You Advice
We’ll never rush you to accept an incomplete settlement. We have built our individual legal careers on attention to detail and meticulous preparation. We take the time to listen to your needs. And we don’t just mean your short-term needs. Emotional fights over furniture and silverware often turn into long-term regrets over tax consequences and cash flow. We consider the big picture, years and decades into the future. Our firm has the experience and professional resources to empower you to make the right choices about what assets you will need for the life you envision after your marriage has ended.
"Understanding fair property division laws isn’t something that comes to lawyers overnight. Greenberg & Krieger LLP attorneys have been involved in hundreds of complex property settlements involving financial estates of all sizes. We know how to investigate the options and ask the right questions," Attorney Amy Greenberg
We have experience in all matters relating to complex marital property division, including:
- High net worth divorce
- Family-owned businesses and business asset valuation
- Inherited and gifted property
- Retirement assets and employee benefits
- Premarital assets, non-marital property
- Securities, trusts and deferred compensation accounts
- Property division for unmarried couples
From our offices in Stamford, Connecticut, our lawyers represent individuals in divorce and property division matters in communities throughout Fairfield County. Call us or contact us by e-mail for a complimentary initial consultation with an experienced family law attorney.