High Net Worth Divorce

High Net Worth Divorce

The attorneys at  Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC  understand that a high net worth  divorce with significant assets requires attention to more than the numbers on the page. Our experienced lawyers provide a comprehensive approach that balances our clients’ desire for efficient representation with their need to ensure that their assets are fairly and duly distributed.

Divorce Mediation

Clients who are interested in mediation as a way of resolving their divorce or family law dispute will find qualified representation at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC. Our attorneys are experienced and accomplished family law practitioners with a track record of success in guiding clients through mediation and serving as independent mediators. Each partner at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed is a qualified mediator pursuant to New Jersey Court Rule 1:40.

Divorce Litigation

Litigation is not an ideal means for resolving disputes during most divorces. A protracted court battle is costly, and it can leave long-lasting damage to a family’s relationships. However, not every divorce can be accomplished amicably through negotiations and mediations. If you anticipate that your divorce will inevitably result in litigation, you need an attorney with significant trial and courtroom experience to ensure that your interests are protected.

Child Support

For many families, child support obligations can often be determined by applying the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines. High-income families, however, may face particular challenges in setting  child support as the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines become inapplicable.

College Contribution

In many divorces, two of the most important decisions a family will make involve where their children children will live and what role each parent will play in the children’s lives. The attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC are mindful of the lingering impact that divorce negotiations and proceedings can have on these relationships. 

Child Custody

In many divorces, two of the most important decisions a family will make involve where the children will live and what role each parent will play in their lives. As with many aspects of the end of a marriage, the approach you and your legal counsel use when determining custody matters can significantly affect your relationships with your former spouse and your children.

Marital Settlement Agreements

The resolution of a divorce is either negotiated between the  parties or resolved by the court. If both parties can reach an agreement on all issues, the attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC can draft a marital settlement agreement, which eliminates the need for extended litigation.

Collaborative Law

Even if you do not currently agree with your spouse on all the issues in your divorce proceedings, you do not have to have an acrimonious legal battle to resolve them. For some families, collaborative divorce is a way to separate spouses’ personal and legal lives without causing further damage to the relationships in the family.

Post-Divorce Enforcement and Modification

After a divorce is finalized, former spouses may need legal counsel for a range of modifications to their divorce decree or marital settlement agreement. When clients need representation for a legal issue post divorce, the attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC will provide clients with experienced guidance.