Divorce for Doctors in New Jersey
Aggressively Protecting Your Medical Practice During Your Divorce
Physicians entrenched in a marital dissolution have unique considerations that go well beyond those addressed in traditional Monmouth County divorces. To retain an aggressive and experienced divorce lawyer, possessing skills and formal education arming him with the expertise to understand the specific needs of divorcing medical professionals living in New Jersey, call the Law Offices of Douglas I. Krompier MBA LLC.
New Jersey divorce attorney Douglas I. Krompier MBA LLC has accrued in excess of three decades of relevant experience in finance, economics, accounting, tax, investment, real estate, banking, and college-level teaching. With Attorney Douglas I. Krompier’s distinctive knowledge and aggressive style of representation, you can be confident your interests will be well protected. Contact us for representation in Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County or Mercer County.
Obviously, doctors and medical professionals find themselves in the throws of a divorce just as do others in differing occupations. However, divorcing physicians have very specific considerations and concerns that most other couples do not. Beyond a basic division and allocation of the assets and debts, child custody arrangements, and child support amounts, there are specific factors that come into play, such as valuing and dividing the value of a medical practice. Determining what if any interest your spouse may have in your practice and/or the real estate associated with it is a careful and often misunderstood process.
High-Asset Divorces Require a Specialized Approach
When facing complex property division, the current and future value of a medical practice must be considered. Factors may include such things as physical location, equipment, and accounts receivable. However, there are also additional considerations when negotiating an equitable distribution of property, such as whether the education and residency occurred during marriage.
Most often a strategy played by the wife’s divorce attorney attempts to victimize the wife, portraying her as having made great sacrifices to put her husband through medical school and residency. The scenario that she worked long hours, paid all of the bills, managed the house, and took care of the kids while he “simply” went to class and interned, is scripted into the process. Your wife’s attorney will suggest that if it were not for the wife, the husband would never have been able to achieve his current financial station. Thus, she is entitled to a significant portion of the assets and considerable alimony that would compensate her for investment in you.
In far too many cases like this, the husband’s divorce attorney will put up little resistance and often recommend that his client move forward with a proffered settlement just to get it over with. Do not accept this kind of weak representation. You have invested years of blood, sweat and tears into your profession. You sacrificed for years the luxuries of life in order to achieve the level of success you have attained. Now is not the time to simply allow yourself to be steam rolled over. Protect your rights, your reputation, and your practice by choosing the Law Offices of Douglas I. Krompier MBA LLC to represent your interests.
Speak With an Attorney Who Also Has an MBA
With an extensive background in accounting, finance, and real estate combined with advanced MBA degree in business and his law degree, attorney Krompier has a full understanding of the financial, economic, tax and accounting factors involved in a high-asset divorce. Recognizing the current and future impact of a shaky economy and an even more uncertain health care system, he applies his education and experience to protecting all of your rights and preserving your assets.
If you need tough legal advocacy complemented by strong business acumen, attorney Krompier is your man. Contact his Freehold law office to discuss your situation and learn more about our divorce legal services.