Amassing wealth is the goal of some Americans. If you have worked hard on the goal, you probably want to hang on to what you have worked hard to gain. One thing that could rip some of your hard work away from you is a divorce. These high asset divorces are often complex cases that are difficult to work through.
We understand that you might not want to have to divide your assets with anyone. Unless you have a prenuptial agreement that clearly spells out what your ex can keep and what will remain with you, there is a good chance that you aren't going to get to keep everything.
One point that you need to understand in these divorces is that you have to figure out how to divide the assets and still leave yourself in a good position. Even though you have to bid adieu to some of the things you have, your goal of the property division process needs to be placing yourself in a position where you can rebuild your wealth and portfolio.
Many different things come up when you are trying to divide assets and debts. You have to look beyond the emotional ties you have with some assets and think about how they will benefit you in the future. If they won't benefit you at all or much, you might want to hand those assets over to your ex during the property division process.
We will work with you to learn about your goals and find solutions that address the potential issues that can come up in these cases. We are here to protect your needs and interests.