Okaloosa County High Net Worth Divorce
Let Our Skilled Lawyers Help You Reach Your Legal Goals
Divorce is rarely easy for anyone, but for those of high net worth, it
can be a struggle. People of high net worth are defined as anyone who
has at least $1 million in liquid assets, meaning it can be converted
to cash at any time. These divorces are also much more high profile and
can involve scandal. Divorces including high net worth individuals call
for an elevated level of legal expertise and financial sophistication
in addition to a sense of discretion.
If you’re interested in getting a divorce, talk to one of our experienced
Okaloosa County divorce attorneys about your case as soon as possible. We can look at your situation and
make skilled recommendations about your best course of action.
Get your case started by calling us at (850) 610-7471 today!
Considerations in a High Net Worth Divorce
The most complicated aspect of a high net worth divorce is
property division and
spousal support. These issues can often be highly contentious, as those of high net worth
have many assets to lose. Likewise, if one spouse has more assets than
the other and can afford a more affluent lifestyle, often the spouse with
less money will attempt to receive spousal support payments or a higher
result from property division.
Likewise, those who are divorcing a person of high net worth often need
to consider hidden assets. High net worth individuals know how to protect
their property, so they might attempt to hide portions of their income
in offshore accounts or through other means. Alternatively, a spouse could
be using marital money to pay for an affair. If you suspect your spouse
of hiding assets, you should consider hiring a forensic accountant, who
can audit business records and determine whether assets have been unlawfully
hidden or liquidated.
Call Us About Your Case Today
If you’re interested in beginning the divorce process, let us help.
Okaloosa County family law attorneys understand the complex nature of high net worth divorces. We also appreciate
how sensitive they can be and will exercise utmost discretion in handling
your case. Let us see what we can do for you.
Contact us at (850) 610-7471 or fill out our online form to schedule a case consultation
with us today.