An Experienced Attorney for High-Asset Couples in Illinois
At Schaffer Family Law, Ltd., we are equipped to handle complex and high-asset divorces for clients in Naperville and throughout the Greater Chicago area. We have represented business owners, professionals, executives, professional athletes and others with high net worth marital property concerns.
With more than 38 years of experience, divorce attorney David N. Schaffer has handled numerous high-asset divorces involving the division of businesses, professional practices, vacation homes and other marital property.
The financial stakes of divorce are enormous, especially for high net worth individuals. Failure to properly address tax issues can be disastrous years down the line. AV-rated* divorce attorney David N. Schaffer is also well-versed in the tax consequences of maintenance and property agreements. For decades, clients have entrusted David with their most critical divorce law matters.
David is well-versed in all matters relating to property division in Illinois, including asset valuation, uncovering hidden assets, nonmarital tracing and qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs).
Avoiding Unnecessary Taxes
A single oversight in a high-asset divorce can result in tens of thousands of dollars in unnecessary taxes. David brings a strong background in taxation to his practice and has helped hundreds of clients navigate complex tax issues over the course of his career.
He consults with forensic accountants, tax experts and other financial professionals, when appropriate, to protect his clients’ wealth and assets from unnecessary taxation. David also will not hesitate to recommend bringing in an accountant or other forensic financial expert to assist in the case, when he feels it is necessary.
Discuss Your Legal Needs With an Experienced Lawyer
If you are seeking a highly qualified attorney for your divorce in Illinois, our law firm is here to protect your rights and interests. To reach our law offices, call us at 630-922-4500 or contact us online by filling out a brief form.
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