Representing Clients Involved In Complex Divorces

Most divorce cases have some level of complexity. However, they can be made more difficult if the parties involved have high-value or numerous assets that are at stake. These cases require the attention of a knowledgeable lawyer who can work with clients to ensure that their needs are met.

At Baker Law Firm in Southern Pines, North Carolina, we handle all types of divorce cases, from uncontested and simple matters to highly contested and complex cases. A skilled litigator, attorney Christina E. Baker is able to negotiate with opposing counsel or argue your case in court.

Complex divorces can involve civilians or members of the military. If you have questions or concerns about your divorce issues, contact us online today for a consultation with our Moore County divorce lawyer.

Property Division — Division Of Debts And Assets

When a divorce consists of many high-dollar assets, it is important to ensure that these assets are properly divided between the divorcing parties. For property and assets to be distributed according to the laws of equitable distribution, there has to be a thorough assessment of the value of the assets as well as the debts.

In some complex divorce cases, one spouse may be using an offshore account or overseas bank in order to hide assets. If necessary, attorney Christina Baker can help you ensure that all property and assets are located and the value is properly assessed. This can include real property, military retirement benefits, vehicles, homes and personal property. She can also help you understand how military retirement benefits may be divided.

Baker Law Firm also provides mediation services. Attorney Christina Baker is a certified mediator. Call us at 910-705-4937 to find out more about how we can help find a solution to your client's divorce case.

Military Benefit Division

Many clients have questions about how military benefits are divided upon divorce. Attorney Christina Baker has extensive experience with these types of cases and can help you understand what may be subject to division and how military benefits, including military retirement benefits, may be divided.

Business Valuation

Clients often do not understand their rights to portions of a closely held business when one or both spouses have interests in the business. By making sure that the appropriate value is placed on the business, attorney Christina Baker can ensure that you receive your fair share of the business or are compensated for the portion of the business to which you are entitled.

Contact A Southern Pines Attorney For High Net Worth Divorce

To learn more about your rights in a complex divorce case, contact a divorce attorney at our office today by calling 910-705-4937.