The issues involved in a divorce are stressful, and the stakes are higher when significant business, inheritance, investment or other assets are involved. New York’s equitable distribution model divides marital assets equitably, which follows a sense of fairness and is not always equal. Many factors are involved, including the nature of the assets, how much of the assets were acquired during the marriage, the nature of the acquisition, how the assets have been held or treated during the marriage and so on. The division of the assets can also have an impact on the amount of spousal and child support, as well as the parties’ professions, lifestyle and earnings.
Mr. Bezinque has significant experience in high-asset cases. He has represented titled and non-titled spouses in several multi-million-dollar cases, resolving complex cases both in court and in the collaborative law process. He has worked extensively with valuation experts and accountants to locate and value assets on behalf of his clients. His knowledge and experience has resulted in the protection of wealth and financial security for his clients.