Handling Complex Divorce And High-Asset Cases Effectively

Although some divorces can be amicable, quick and uncomplicated, there are certain high-conflict, or high net worth, cases that require greater expertise, specialized attention and capable representation to protect the clients' interests, assets and future.

At Cognetti & Associates, we have devoted more than 35 years to family law and have garnered the veteran insight and record of success needed to protect your interests. We understand that certain aspects of divorce can be extremely complex, and we help clients with high-conflict, or high net worth, cases work through those complex issues.

Based in the Harrisburg area, our lawyers serve clients in high-conflict and high-asset cases throughout Pennsylvania.

What Is At Stake In This Divorce?

We are equipped to handle all complexities of divorce and property division, including:

  • Business valuations
  • Pensions
  • Stock options
  • Forensic accounting
  • Cash flow analyses
  • Qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs)
  • Retrospective real estate appraisals
  • Depositions
  • Vocational analyses

Many complex divorce cases center on finances and business interests. These assets include corporations, partnerships, retirement accounts, real estate, investment accounts, stocks and stock options.

Get The Skilled Professionals You Need

Dealing with these assets requires highly skilled and knowledgeable legal direction, as well as the involvement of financial experts. Cognetti & Associates has the background and record of success to handle these divorces. Led by veteran attorneys Maria Cognetti and Dave Schanbacher, we work closely with the top accountants, business evaluators, actuaries and appraisers in Pennsylvania and across the country. In utilizing these experts, we are able to quickly and effectively resolve cases. Opposing representation respects our thorough preparation and ability to win for our clients in court, which often results in a speedy and advantageous settlement.

To arrange an initial consultation to discuss your family law circumstances and learn how an attorney handling property division can help, please contact us online or call our law firm today at 717-909-4060.