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301 Oxford Valley, Suite 1902A, Yardley, PA 19067

Experienced Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Divorce Lawyers


If either party in your divorce is an executive earning a substantial compensation package or the owner of a closely held business, it can be essential to work with a lawyer who understands the requirements and nuances of high-asset divorce.

Not every family law attorney has the experience and resources to deal effectively with a high-asset divorce involving a CEO, other high-level executive or business owner. At Jennifer Courtney Law in Yardley, Pennsylvania, we handle numerous complex, high-asset divorce cases each year. We encourage you to contact us for a consultation focused on your specific issues and needs.

A Team of Financial Experts at Work for You

Our attorneys enlist the specialized, expert resources necessary to locate and thoroughly evaluate complex assets. Equally important, we help ensure your personal and family concerns are not overshadowed by financial matters, advocating assertively for you in matters such as child custody and visitation.

Working Toward a Favorable Resolution

Issues of property division, as well as child support and alimony/spousal support, can be challenging to resolve when marital assets are substantial and parties involved are accustomed to affluent lifestyles. We will work diligently to help you resolve your case as favorably and efficiently as possible.

Business Valuation — Complex Assets — Hidden Assets — QDROs

We will be proactive in pursuing a favorable settlement for you, working closely with forensic accountants and other financial experts to build your case on solid evidence. We have outstanding “go-to” resources for:

  • Business valuation — including partnerships, start ups and other entities
  • Valuation of other complex assets such as real estate holdings, stock shares and options, trusts and offshore bank accounts
  • Location of hidden assets through lifestyle analysis and a range of legal tools
  • Establishment of the legal ownership of marital and separate assets
  • Drafting qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs) to cover the distribution of 401(k) plans, pensions and other retirement benefit accounts
  • Vocational analysis, when one party’s earning capacity is unclear or disputed

We know the courts of the Bucks County area well, and we will help you understand what is necessary to substantiate your position. We are strong negotiators and, when necessary, aggressive litigators. If you are concerned about how your family’s substantial assets will be distributed, please contact us today.