All divorces are emotional and full of hard decisions that must be made, but divorces that are considered high-asset ones are much more complicated. If you are heading toward divorce and have high-value assets, you should make sure that you have all of the information that you need to help you get a divorce settlement that offers some financial stability.
One option that you have when you are trying to gather information about assets that are marital property is to use a forensic accountant. These professionals can look at the paper trail and determine if there are any hidden assets. They can help you to uncover anything amiss regarding marital property. This is also useful if you have a family business that is going to be considered during the divorce and property division proceedings.
As you work through the property division process, you have to be able to factor in the value of all assets that are being divided. This, as well as the future costs of an asset, can have an impact on how we handle it during the division process. Items like retirement accounts, stock portfolios, and similar holdings can make the property division process a little more complicated.
We know that you might be concerned that you are going to miss something. While we can't promise you that you aren't going to miss something, we can offer you methodical representation that puts your interests first. We want you to come out of the high-asset divorce with a settlement that gives you at least some measure of financial stability.