Your divorce was always going to be complex because you have been fortunate enough to have a lot of money throughout your life. You and your spouse are high earners, and you both have put a lot of money into your life together.
Your marital assets are extensive and that means that you do need a good deal of support dividing them. You need to have the value of your home properly assessed and to have rental properties considered. You need to decide how to divide stocks and bonds, how to divide your retirement accounts and if you should sell your personal business or keep it running.
High-asset divorce cases like yours require specialized attention
It is no secret that high-asset divorces have special factors to consider. In an equitable distribution state like Florida, you have even more to lose if you’re not careful. The court will want to see you and your spouse divide your assets fairly, but what’s fair is highly subjective.
That’s why it’s important that you keep your attorney informed about what you’d like to seek from your marital assets. You need to determine the minimum you can accept as well as the maximum you’d like to have. This will help as you negotiate toward a settlement that you can both agree on.
Our website has more information about high-asset divorces and why it’s important for you to work with a team who understands the situation and everything that is necessary to resolve it and help you move forward confidently. No two divorces are the same; you deserve focused support.