Your Advocate During A High-Asset Divorce
Whether you and your spouse are on the same page regarding your high-asset divorce, or you have a dispute regarding the division of property and assets, you can benefit from working with an attorney who has the knowledge and skills to help you through this transition.
I am Susan E. Hamra, an accomplished family law attorney with over 30 years of experience. From my law office in Chesterfield, Missouri, I offer creative and practical solutions to complex property division issues.
Protecting Your Interests In Property Division
The division of property is often the most disputed matter in a divorce, second only to child custody matters. When complex assets are involved such as business interests, retirement accounts, stock options, corporate interests, real estate assets and other investments, it is critical to ensure you protect your rights and interests.
Many family law attorneys do not fully understand the complexities of high-asset property division, particularly when cases involve prenuptial or postnuptial agreements. Entrust your divorce case to a family law attorney who commands a full knowledge of Missouri property division laws as well as extensive experience.
I am successful in complex cases because of my extensive legal knowledge and experience as well as the network I have developed over decades in practice. In particularly complicated cases, I may reach out to forensic analysts and experts to properly inventory and assess all assets and liabilities. It is only once the marital estate is fully evaluated that it is possible to reach solutions for dividing property.
Resolving Your Case In The Best Way Possible
In every divorce case, I aim to reach results for my client by using the most amicable and efficient approach possible. This can save you time, money and emotional expense, and it can also keep your case out of the public eye. It also allows you more control over the outcome of your case when I am able to skillfully negotiate your case outside of court rather than argue it to a judge, and ultimately leave the matter up to the court.
However, it may be in your best interests to go to trial. I am an accomplished trial attorney, and I will never back down in my work toward protecting your best interests. As your lawyer, I will keep you informed of your options at every juncture so that you are informed and empowered to make decisions about how we move forward.