Divorces involving high value assets and business interests typically present more complex and challenging issues.
Attorneys whom have not practiced outside the family court may lack the experience and foresight to plan for, avoid, and/or litigate related business and civil issues that often arise. At Buncher Family Law we have experienced and well-rounded counsel to handle your complex and sensitive family law matters especially when they overlap with other areas of the law.
Our Experience Makes the Difference
With experience handling numerous multimillion dollar, high asset cases with various business interests, we have represented a variety of clients from the elite business owners to the professional athlete, to politicians to actors.
At Buncher Family Law, our firm is led by Sven Buncher, our managing partner, who has passed the experience and testing requirements obtaining the designation of a Certified Family Law Specialist with the State Bar of California. Less than one percent of family law attorneys meet this testing and experience requirement.
High asset divorce cases often involve related business and civil issues. It is not uncommon for family law litigation to result in collateral matters that need to be addressed outside the family law court that other family law practitioners cannot handle.
At Buncher Family Law you will have partner-led service with extensive expertise in business and civil litigation. Not only do we regularly handle such complex matters, but we have the experience and foresight to more effectively manage and attempt to avoid these situations.
Reputation management among business partners, employees, and customers
Protection of trade secrets and confidential information:
Failure to carefully handle the mandatory disclosure of financial information can result in the incidental disclosure to the public (or a vindictive spouse, employee or customer) of trade secret and confidential information about employees and owners.
Lock-out from business or business records
Past cases include breach of contract, embezzlement, buy-sell agreements, non-compete clauses, trade secret misappropriation, trade mark violation, interference with business interests, business lockouts, defamation and trade libel.