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Navigating a High-Asset Divorce
Posted on February 5, 2019
All divorces come with their own set of challenges, but for couples that are significantly wealthy and own many assets, the divorce process can be even more complex. Since most wealthy clients often have multiple businesses, real estate, investments, vehicles, fine art, equity, etc., a thorough identification and appraisal of all marital assets must be completed correctly. This is known as valuation. Proper valuation is also necessary for determining child support, alimony, and attorney fees.
The fair and equitable division of marital property becomes even more difficult when pre-marital assets are concerned, when one or both parties have a prenuptial agreement, or when one spouse misrepresents their income or hides/falsifies the value of his or her assets. This is where an experienced divorce attorney who works with specific investigators, accountants, and appraisers, can help make sure that the division of marital assets is complete and accurate.
The Roberts Family Law Firm, P.A. utilizes many different forensic experts and will recommend, consult, and hire the professionals best suited for your case. While it is an additional expense to hire these experts, it is strongly encouraged to help simplify your case for the judge in addition to protecting your assets.
If you’re facing a high-asset divorce in the Central Florida area, the skilled and aggressive family law attorneys at The Roberts Family Law Firm, P.A. are here to help you through the process. We have decades of experience in high-asset divorce cases and understand the challenges you may face. For more information or to schedule a consultation, call us today at 407-426-6999 or fill out the online form provided at the top of this page and we will contact you shortly.
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