Helping You Navigate Divorce After 50
Divorcing after age 50 is commonly known as gray divorce. If you are over age 50, there are unique factors to consider as you take steps to end your marriage. For example, spouses in their later years usually have assets that are more valuable and more intertwined than the marital property of younger couples. Moreover, there is always the looming issue of retirement and your savings. At Johnson & Cohen, LLP, we can help you develop a divorce strategy for protecting your financial interests now and in the future.
As experienced divorce attorneys, we understand that you likely have many questions and concerns. First and foremost, let us reassure you: there is a future for you after divorce, and we will fight to ensure an optimal outcome for you. Schedule a time for your initial consultation by calling 877-807-1472, or contact us by email. With offices in White Plains and Pearl River, we represent clients throughout New York City and Westchester, Rockland, Putnam and Orange Counties.
Creative Solutions | Comprehensive Representation
After years of marriage, your life has likely merged with your partner’s in more ways than you can count. You may have significant property holdings or substantial savings, the value of which may be subject to division between you and your spouse. In other cases, there may be separate property that belongs solely to one spouse and is not divisible during divorce. To ensure that your property interests are protected, we can help in the following ways:
- Comprehensive asset review, so that your understanding of your property and holdings is accurate when you enter negotiations
- Vigorous property division negotiations, so that, whenever possible, your investments remain whole and intact, including any pensions or other benefits
- Extensive asset valuation, so that any relevant property, be it residential or business property, is accurately reported, including the value of any improvements or liabilities
- Family business management, so that, if you own or are a partial owner of a business, you maintain your business’s integrity through the divorce process
You can move forward to a brighter future after divorce. Let our New York divorce attorneys help you manage your divorce and plan for the future.