A Creative Approach To Finding Divorce Solutions For Medical Professionals
Whether you are a physician who owns a private practice or you are a part of a medical group, you have a lot to lose if facing a divorce. Even in the best-case scenario, there is still the potential for a divorce to have a significant impact on your finances or your business.
Here at Dietz Family Law PLLC, attorney Stephanie A. Dietz understands how the dissolution process uniquely affects medical professionals. She uses this insight to develop strategies that can help you protect everything that you have worked so hard to accomplish.
Helping You Fight For A Fair Outcome
In complex divorces such as these, your earning potential is not the only factor that a judge may review when considering how to divide the property that you and your spouse accumulated during the marriage. The court may decide to award your spouse property or spousal support if your spouse gave up a career to help you or made financial contributions to your education or business.
Having a skilled lawyer who can present the facts of your case is crucial to ensuring that you are getting a fair judgment. Enlisting the services of an attorney can also help you address issues concerning:
- Business ownership interests
- Investment and retirement accounts
- 401(k) funds
- Tax implications
- The division of other marital properties
- Alimony and child support
- Custody or visitation schedules
Much like a business owner going through a divorce, everything you have worked for is on the line. As such, taking the precaution to protect your interests is necessary.
Dissolving your marriage can come with a host of complications. With Dietz Family Law PLLC by your side, you will not have to deal with them on your own.
A Plan Developed From Experience But Designed For You
Stephanie A. Dietz draws upon past experiences with similar high–net worth divorces to help resolve your case. She tailors her approach to your specific needs. To get started or to learn more about our services, arrange a consultation call 859-757-2978 or request your appointment online.