High Asset Divorce

How is a business divided in a divorce?

Many married couples depend on the family business to provide income and stability during the marriage. But what happens to the business if the couple gets divorced? The answer depends on several factors, including whether the business is considered marital property...

Are you facing a complex property division issue in a divorce?

In any given divorce case in Florida, property division can quickly become the most contested issue. And, even if the divorcing couple is approaching the case amicably, sometimes the sheer amount and value of assets and debts involved can make this issue complex. So,...

What makes a high asset divorce different?

To some extent, divorces in Florida work the same way no matter how much wealth a couple has between them. Florida judges will enter orders to divide a couple’s marital property Basically, unless the parties can agree, a judge will divide the couple’s property in what...

Your financial future is on the line in a high asset divorce

Most people understand that the issues involved in a divorce case are high-stakes, in many cases. If you are going through a divorce in Florida, you may need to address such issues as child custody, child support, alimony and property and debt division. But, in a...

How do I keep a budget in a high asset divorce?

Divorce costs can escalate quickly, especially for high-asset divorces. Often, for those that seldom worry about money, the financial reality of a divorce can be lost in the process. This is why it is so important to try and maintain a divorce budget, or at the very...

How to determine if spouse is hiding assets in divorce

During marriages couples in the Coral Springs area earn income in various ways. In some marriages one spouse earns the primary income or all of the income while the other spouse stays home to care for children or other reasons. Other times both spouses work and earn...

Understanding premarital agreements in a high asset divorce

Floridians who have accrued significant assets and are planning to get married will frequently consider a premarital agreement just in case the marriage does not work out. Simply having the agreement is, to many, a protective shield so they have control over how the...

Billionaire developer, sports team owner in high asset divorce

Florida is known to have many people with significant assets. Given the agreeable climate, friendly tax structure and business-boosting environment, this is no surprise. Unfortunately, as with people across the economic spectrum, divorce is common. For those who have...

Using appraisers in a Florida divorce

One of the most difficult aspects of Florida divorces is dividing the couple’s assets. Divorcing couples are free to negotiate a division of their assets, but when negotiation fails, the court must step in. For couples with substantial assets, a professional appraiser...

Should January really be known as divorce month?

There is a historical argument that when individuals ring in the New Year, they may be compelled to file for divorce from their spouses. The idea is that with the change in year comes plans for a brighter and happier future. Some Floridians may take the holiday as an...