Navigating High Net Worth Divorce
Creating an inventory of property and assets during the divorce process is never easy. However, for high net worth individuals with complex asset portfolios, dividing marital property goes to a whole new level. Business owners, people with high incomes and people with complex stock portfolios, real property and high-value assets are sometimes uncertain of the finer details of their holdings and the true value of their assets. And in some cases, those same people make efforts to hide those assets in divorce proceedings.
The Unique Attributes Of High-Asset Divorce
The legal team at Law Offices of J. P. Reilly, JR., Esquire PC has worked on high-asset divorce cases for more than 15 years. They do thorough research into assets and holdings to identify and determine the true value of all marital assets. Over the years, they have seen several spouses try to use accounting tricks and other methods to obscure the true value of an asset or hide it altogether. They have the knowledge and experience you need to identify and properly value all assets.
High-asset divorce involves a mix of complex assets such as:
- Premarital agreements
- Family businesses
- Partnerships, corporations and professional practices
- Retirement accounts
- Foreign investments
- Stock options
As your divorce moves forward, attorney John P. Reilly, Jr., Esquire will explain you the tax consequences, buyout possibilities and other options for each asset. He will also keep the divorce proceedings out of the public eye and make sure your finances are kept strictly confidential.