The financial impacts of divorce are significant, and after children, money is often the focus of most disputes in divorce.

Your lawyer’s task in the process is to ensure that your rights and interests are protected. Attorney Paul Panico also believes this means protecting your assets to the greatest extent possible. Your spouse might not have equal claim to absolutely every asset, and if you don’t have proper legal representation, your spouse can really take you to the cleaners in almost any situation.

Contact High Net Worth Divorce Attorney Paul Panico today at 614-326-4074 to schedule a consultation. Located in Columbus, OH, Paul Panico serves clients throughout Ohio.

High Asset Divorce Lawyer

High Net Worth Divorce AttorneyPaul understands what is at stake in high asset divorce cases. He understands the complexities and the nuances of your relationship, each spouse’s contributions to the marriage, the needs of your children and the complicated nature of highly valued assets.

At the same time, he knows that every situation is unique. Mr. Panico will take the time necessary to fully comprehend all of the factors in your equations as well as other influences such as plans for the future and how you wish to provide for your children as time goes on.

Professional And Confidential Service

Confidentiality during private divorce is often a concern for many of Paul’s clients with high profiles in the community or their professions. He works with C-level executives, doctors, surgeons, entrepreneurs, engineers, pilots, business owners, politicians, architects, professional athletes and others dealing with the division of large portfolios and multiple properties.

Paul has more than 25 years of legal experience, which includes familiarity with division and valuation of businesses, real estate, property, investments and retirement accounts, including pensions. He has experience drafting qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO), which split and change ownership of retirement plan funds to allow the divorced spouse access to his or her fair share.