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Significant Asset Cases

Large marital estates present unique problems in a Washington State divorce. We will fight to protect your legal rights. Free case evaluation.

Do you need help with your large assets? Our Washington State divorce attorneys can help with your large marital estate.

If large assets are involved in your Washington divorce, then you should get some information from a qualified Washington State divorce attorney before taking the first step. When you enter into a divorce with a large marital estate you should expect that far more work will have to be done to protect your interests. Our team of Washington State divorce lawyers can help you negotiate a fair settlement with your spouse, so that you aren’t left wondering if a better deal could have been forged.

If you have a large marital estate, your family law lawyer will be required to conduct a great deal of research, negotiating, and perhaps litigation. The primary goal will be to secure your financial interests for a promising future, for both you and your children. Any mistakes made when dealing with a Washington divorce that includes high net worth assets could lead to financial hardship, and this is what we work hard to avoid. Our Washington State divorce attorneys will maintain focus on the goals you lay out at the beginning of the process, and will work diligently on your behalf until it’s resolved.

One important way our Washington State divorce lawyers help their clients is by securing the skills of experts that can accurately value your assets, while weakening any opposing expert’s opinion. Also, our family law lawyers attempt to fully uncover assets belonging to your spouse that might include pension funds, stock options, property of all types, and retirement accounts. International and interstate assets will also be sought by our Washington State divorce attorneys as they conduct their investigation, and these can often be difficult to find.

Your Washington State family law attorney will handle every aspect of your case, while providing you with reliable legal counsel that you can trust.

Start getting a handle on your situation by contacting our Washington State divorce lawyers today.
You can schedule an appointment to discuss your large asset case with a Washington State family law attorney from our law firm today. Our team of professional litigators will answer your most important questions so that you can make a decision regarding your future and the best path to get there. Settling large marital asset cases can be stressful, but our goal will be to help you build a better future by focusing on the task at hand.

Contact us today and make sure your legal rights are acknowledged, and that your financial interests are protected.


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Give us a call, even if you're unsure about what your future holds. One of our Washington State divorce attorneys would be happy to meet with you, listen to the circumstances of your case, and tell you honestly whether your situation is something you can handle yourself or whether you're getting in over your head. A consultation can be extremely revealing; there could be issues you may have overlooked. If you don't need us, we'll tell you so. If you do need us, you'll be glad you made the call.

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Jason S. Newcombe

The Law Offices of Jason S. Newcombe has been handling Washington State divorce and family law cases for over two decades now. And, we understand how every divorce affects our clients on the deepest and most personal level. Jason is passionate about his work, and he genuinely cares about his clients and the results that he achieves for them. All of the Washington State divorce attorneys that work with Jason and his team are exceptional lawyers who pride themselves on being results oriented and cost effective.  Jason has been an over achiever for most of his life.  As an undergraduate, he accomplished a quadruple major while attending the University of Oregon Honors College.  He then graduated summa cum laude (Top 5%) from Boston College Law School. Read Bio