When it comes to a high net worth Divorce, there are a number of holdings and assets that need to be considered for division. They may include:
- Bank accounts, checking and savings
- Retirement funds, IRAs, 401Ks
- Stocks and other investments
- Insurance policies
- Real estate
- High valued property such as jewelry, art, or collectibles
- Inheritances and trusts
- Overseas accounts or holdings
Protecting Your Assets
There are times during a high net worth Divorce when one party is unaware of the true value of the estate. If someone does not even know the value of assets or what is considered marital property, it may be very easy to get taken advantage of or to agree to a settlement that isn’t fair. Our attorneys can ensure the true value of assets and property is known. We will also do the necessary legwork to find any hidden or unknown assets. There are times when parties may overtly attempt to hide assets. We will aggressively pursue the truth if you think this has happened. Once assets are accounted for and the full value is determined, we will fight to make sure your fair share is secured.
Benefits to Hiring an Attorney
While a high net worth Divorce may take longer to conclude due to the amount and value of property and assets, our attorneys can make sure it is as smooth a process as possible. We provide ongoing and flexible support so can always count us to be there when you need us. With so much at stake, our team is always focused on your needs and will give your case the individual attention needed. We will approach your case with compassion and understanding, while fighting to get the outcome you deserve. Don’t even think about agreeing to a settlement until we have a chance to outline exactly where you stand and what you stand to gain. Divorce can be a difficult time. With our Firm in your corner, you can move forward knowing you won the fairest and most beneficial resolution possible.
The attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. (339) 298-2300