While most divorce cases address similar issues – property, retirement, alimony, child custody, and child support – in each individual divorce case, one or two of these issues usually takes prominence. For example, in a high-asset divorce case, the property issue may be of paramount concern to the divorcing parties.
Individuals who find themselves going through a divorce are often concerned about protecting their assets – and their financial future. There is no doubt that any divorce has the potential to impact a person’s financial situation both in the short-term and long-term. In a high-asset divorce, assets such as retirement accounts, investment accounts, real property, artwork, jewelry, and more can be at stake.
In any divorce, analyzing the details of the divorcing couple’s assets is crucial. This becomes increasingly critical in higher asset divorces. For starters, it is important to determine exactly which assets need to be considered in the property division process and which should not. In addition, a couple’s finances can get quite complicated, so making sure all assets are accounted for is another important step.
Focusing on the details and the big picture
At Kristopher K. Greenwood & Associates, we work with our clients to gain a thorough understanding of the assets that need to be divided, and what is most important to our client. We understand the emotional turmoil and anxiety that can arise in any divorce case, but especially in high-asset divorce cases. For more information about how we help our clients with these matters, please visit the high-asset divorce overview section of our law firm’s website.