Helping Clients Get The Best Possible Outcomes For Complex And High-Asset Divorce
When divorcing couples have significant assets such as multiple homes and investments, the divorce process can be highly complex. If you face a high-asset divorce, it is wise to rely on an experienced attorney to protect your financial interests regarding the division of assets and spousal support. At The Davies Law Firm, LLC, we have extensive experience and a lengthy history of positive results for divorce clients with complex financial issues.
Our offices in Cocoa and Orland offer trusted and experienced representation to divorcing clients across Central Florida. Our founding attorney, Kathleen Davies, uses her decades of trial and mediation experience to help clients get the best possible outcomes for their divorces. You can schedule your free consultation now by calling us at 855-688-4713.
Experienced Guidance For Hidden Or Disguised Assets
In many high-asset divorce cases, the wage gap between the spouses is significant. It is not uncommon for the high earner to attempt to hide assets or, if they own a business, to disguise personal income or net worth. We have established strong working relationships with forensic accountants, business valuation specialists and other financial professionals who can:
- Accurately value your marital estate
- Determine the tax implications of a potential property distribution agreement
- Ensure that all income and assets have been appropriately reported
- Testify, if necessary, on your behalf in family court
Knowledgeable Help For Dividing Complex Assets, Debt Division, Business Valuations And More
We have extensive experience analyzing many common aspects in high-asset divorces, including prenuptial agreements, family-owned businesses and complex tax issues. Suppose you brought significant assets into the marriage. In that case, we will work to protect as much as possible under the Florida laws regarding nonmarital property.
Couples who have high incomes often also have significant debt. If this is the case, it may be wise for you and your spouse to initiate bankruptcy proceedings before filing for divorce to wipe out significant liabilities. Our experienced staff can review your current financial situation and help you make intelligent decisions promptly.
Finding Solutions With Collaborative Law
Many divorcing couples with significant assets choose to work out their differences in mediation. By taking a collaborative approach, both parties can have more control over the outcome and length of the divorce. Additionally, mediation gives both parties privacy during this challenging time in their lives.
Talk To An Orange County High-Asset Divorce Attorney
Our Orlando high-asset divorce lawyer can answer your questions about investments, a family-owned business or any other financial matter during a free consultation. Call 855-688-4713 or email us to schedule an appointment.