What Constitutes a High Asset Divorce?
There is no such thing as an “easy” divorce. The emotional strain of ending a marriage, as well as the challenge it places on family, friends, and loved ones, can be enormous. And that’s before you factor in the added financial headache that the average divorce can cause. Having earned substantial assets is a great accomplishment, but it makes the divorce process even more difficult at times. The family law experts here at Oxendine Law wanted to take some time to discuss what is considered a high asset divorce.
Dividing your marital assets in a fair and equitable fashion during a divorce is never simple. For couples with a high net worth, this challenge is only intensified. It gets even more tricky if you have a diversified portfolio of assets and investments. While some people believe that a prenuptial agreement will be able to protect them in this scenario, this is not always the case. Signing a “prenup” can still leave certain assets vulnerable, depending on the language and terms of your agreement.
Potential assets to consider during a high asset divorce include:
- Bank accounts
- Investment accounts
- Personal trusts
- Stocks and bonds
- Businesses (marital or premarital)
Thankfully, the legal team here at Oxendine Law has considerable experience working with clients on high asset divorce proceedings. We specialize in helping our clients retain their assets in a civil, professional fashion to avoid as much heartache and emotional distress as possible. We will also work hard to make sure that sensitive information about our clients’ assets and other personal matters are kept confidential during the divorce process.
We understand that every divorce is unique and no two clients want exactly the same thing. That’s why we prioritize communication with our clients to make sure we are on the same page and working towards one common goal. If you would like more information on high asset divorce services, or if you need assistance with anything relating to family law, contact Oxendine Law at (770) 497-8688 today. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more information and updates.