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Wilmington High-Asset Divorce Lawyers

Divorce may become more complicated when it involves high-value assets, complex property division or a joint business ownership. If you are entering a high net worth divorce, it is in your best interests to seek a knowledgeable lawyer who understands the intricacies of these types of issues.

At The Lea/Schultz Law Firm, P.C., we skillfully assist our clients with the complexities of high-end divorce. Founding attorney James W. Lea has more than 30 years of experience, 15 dedicated exclusively to family law. Our talented team of paralegals each have 20-plus years of experience. Working together, we offer personal service, sound advice and strong representation.

For help with your high-asset divorce, contact us today at 910-208-4399, or toll free at 877-867-5053, to schedule an initial consultation.

Skilled Whiteville Complex Divorce Attorney and Experienced Legal Team

Led by Wilmington high-asset divorce attorney James W. Lea, our seasoned legal team assists with a multitude of factors related to high-end divorces, including:

  • Numerous high-end assets, such as trusts, bank accounts, investments, stocks, bonds, inheritances and gifts
  • Property and business valuation issues resulting from joint ownership
  • Property division including real estate, pensions, retirement plans, savings accounts, royalties, deferred compensation, executive bonuses, offshore accounts and other shared assets

Trust your complex divorce to experienced, dedicated professionals who care. Call us at 910-208-4399, or toll free at 877-867-5053, to schedule an initial consultation. Or, if you prefer, contact us by e-mail using our online submission form. From our Wilmington law office, we serve clients throughout Southeastern North Carolina.

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