Relying on Hope Is no Way to Deal with a Complex Divorce
Collaborate with Wilmington Trust to help your clients secure a successful financial future.
As your client’s trusted advisor, you want to do all you can to provide the proper direction for dealing with a divorce, especially when the situation is particularly challenging. Wilmington Trust has the resources you need to handle your client’s complex divorce.


When Family Business Owners Get Divorced

The inclusion of a family business in your divorce proceedings can make things a bit more complicated
When Family Business Owners Get Divorced

Selling the business and splitting the assets, or one spouse buying out the other, are two options to consider
When Family Business Owners Get Divorced

When a buyout is involved, it requires a business appraisal as well as a strategy to fund the buyout


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Contact Sharon Klein
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Wilmington Trust, N.A.





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Relying on Hope Is no Way to Deal with a Complex Divorce
Collaborate with Wilmington Trust to help your clients secure a successful financial future.
As your client’s trusted advisor, you want to do all you can to provide the proper direction for dealing with a divorce, especially when the situation is particularly challenging. Wilmington Trust has the resources you need to handle your client’s complex divorce.


When Family Business Owners Get Divorced

The inclusion of a family business in your divorce proceedings can make things a bit more complicated
When Family Business Owners Get Divorced

Selling the business and splitting the assets, or one spouse buying out the other, are two options to consider
When Family Business Owners Get Divorced

When a buyout is involved, it requires a business appraisal as well as a strategy to fund the buyout



Additional Insights


Four Divorce Risks Your Clients May Not Know Exist

Divorce can derail family wealth and affect generations far beyond just one couple.
Read more


The Division of Retirement Plan Assets in Divorce

Determining the proper division of retirement assets in a divorce and the actual distribution of these assets is very complex.
Read more


Planning for Higher Education in Divorce

Don’t let college planning become an afterthought during the difficult time of divorce.
Read more


The Impact of Tax Reform on Divorce

Learn about the new tax law treatment of alimony and other considerations.
Read more


When Family Business Owners Get Divorced

Valuation is the key to the equitable distribution of a family business.
Read more


Financial Aspects of Prenups

Learn how prenuptial agreements can be an important component of pre-marriage planning.
Read more


Tax Return Considerations During Divorce

While not typically top of mind during divorce, taxes are an important consideration, especially completing your tax return.
Read more


The Intersection of Trust & Estates, Matrimonial, and Religious Law

This article was published in Steve Leimberg’s Estate Planning Newsletter and provides a discussion on the Sharabani v. Sharabani case.
Read more


Trust Assets and Divorce: The Latest News

This article was published in Steve Leimberg’s Estate Planning Newsletter and provides a discussion on the Ferri vs. Powell case.
Read more


Building—or Rebuilding—Credit After Divorce

Simple steps can help build credit status.
Read more


What Every Matrimonial Attorney Should Know About the Latest Trusts & Estates Developments

Read this article reprint that was recently published in the NYSBA Family Law Section Journal.
Read more

Contact Sharon Klein
Tri-State Region President,
Wilmington Trust, N.A.





Share this page