Those with high net worth face unique and challenging problems that come up in divorce. The stakes are high and the legal issues complex; high income individuals almost certainly need a skilled, experienced, and aggressive family law lawyer to protect their interests. Lilian can work with business owners, doctors, attorneys, athletes, inventors, entertainment pro-fessionals, and their spouses, to ensure their rights are protected and interests safeguarded.


Typical elements of high-income divorces:

  • Privacy concerns / confidentiality

  • Business valuation

  • Protection of professional practices

  • Overseas assets and hidden assets

  • Investments, retirement accounts, and pensions

  • Real estate valuation

  • Finance and tax issues

  • Child support guideline deviations

  • Prenuptial / postnuptial agreements

  • Spousal support


Whatever issues may arise in your divorce, Lilian and her team of experts can help you achieve the best outcome. Lilian also understands that her high-income clients are extremely busy people; she handles all of the tough day-to-day work but will always communicate promptly and keep you informed of the status of the case. Let her put her 25 years of law practice experience to work for you and help you achieve the best possible outcome in your high-asset divorce. Contact Lilian today at (310) 920-5810 or to schedule a free, no-obligation, and confidential consultation.

High-Asset/High Earner Divorce

Family Law and More​

Phone: (310) 920-5810  Fax: (310) 427-6556  Email: • Address​​​​​​: 1611 Pomona Road, Corona, CA 92880


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