In any divorce case, division of assets can quickly become a contested issue. Both parties want to ensure they receive their fair share, but oftentimes each party has a different definition of the meaning of “fair.” For those with significant assets, the division of marital property can become extremely complex and challenging if not guided by an experienced legal professional.
At the law office of McMichen, Cinami & Demps, our Central Florida divorce lawyers share more than 40 years of combined experience helping clients with significant assets and investments. We strive to provide our clients with a realistic perspective of their case and its potential outcome.
Taking a Team Approach to Your High Asset Divorce
Divorce cases involving high net worth often require the assistance of industry experts in addition to a skilled family law attorney. In cases where significant assets fall subject to equitable distribution, our firm may employ the efforts of a CPA, property and business valuation experts or other specialists to accurately determine the sum of a couple’s assets and liabilities, including:
Mutual funds, stocks and securities
Retirement plans such as pensions, IRAs and 401(k) savings plans
Delayed compensation executive-level income
Life insurance policies
Real estate holdings
In a high net worth divorce, each piece of the financial puzzle has the ability to impact alimony and child support payments. Therefore, during property division, we must figure all future income resources, such as earnings from properties or investments, into the equation.
Offering Multiple Options for Resolving Your Divorce Case
In any divorce case, our Central Florida family law attorneys focus on the well-being of our clients and their children. We want to help you achieve an end result that allows you to confidently move into the next chapter of your life. In our experience, resolving divorce cases through mediation or collaborative law helps to limit emotional strain during an already stress-filled time, often resulting in a more favorable outcome. However, when methods of alternative dispute resolution are no longer appropriate, we do not hesitate to take your case into the courtroom.
Contact our Orlando, Florida, office to discuss your questions about high net worth divorce. We will give you an honest assessment of the legal issues involved in your case and let you know what we can do to help.
You can reach us by phone at 407-898-2161 or fill out the form on your left.