Any divorce, regardless of the assets and debts, can be extremely complex. This holds true even if both parties are willing to get along in an attempt to put their relationship in the past as soon as possible.
In the event of a high asset divorce, you can be rest assured that additional challenges will move to the forefront. Some of the assets that often come into play include:
— Cars and other types of vehicles
— Real estate, including vacation homes
— Investments, such as in the stock market
— Art collections
— Retirement accounts
— Household goods
Do you own some of these things? Are you going through divorce? If so, it’s imperative to know which steps you can take to protect them.
In addition to making note of all these assets, you should also do something else: Make sure your spouse is not hiding anything from the divorce court.
At our law firm, we have many years experience helping people make their way through a complex, high asset divorce. Along with this, we know what it takes to help you uncover hidden assets, ensuring that you don’t get the short end of the stick.
A high asset divorce can be complex, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid the process altogether. Instead, you need to understand what this is all about and how to proceed in the appropriate manner.
When everything is said and done, you want to be able to look back and realize that you received your fair share of assets from the marriage.