High-Asset Divorce

“We don’t just know the law; we know how to go to trial and win.”

Experienced High-Asset Divorce Attorneys in Gainesville, GA and Braselton, GA

We have a network of highly qualified experts, including appraisers, private investigators, and certified public accountants. Not only are they subject matter experts, but they are experienced and effective trial witnesses.

What is a High-Asset Divorce?

A high-asset or high-net-worth divorce is where individuals have substantial assets and liabilities that need to be taken into account to determine property division, possible support, and more. These types of divorces can pose unique challenges because the stakes are higher, and issues are more complex. There are also often complex contracts and other types of documents that relate to the ownership or income from those assets. A simple miscalculation or oversight could mean the loss of thousands of dollars.

Although the legal process may be largely the same, these types of cases tend to take longer since the issues are more complicated, and the cases are often contested. Issues like custody, support, and property division will be handled differently, and experts may need to be involved to assess financial issues and value assets.

Issues in a high net worth divorce may include:

  • Business Valuation
  • Professional Licenses and Practices
  • Overseas assets
  • Uncovering Hidden Assets
  • Executive compensation
  • Stocks, Bonds, and other Securities
  • Retirement Funds
  • Investment Properties and Vacation Homes
  • Collectibles such as coins, artwork, and vehicles
  • Recreational Assets such as boats, RVs, and timeshares
  • Digital Assets
  • Inheritance and trusts
  • Disagreements over net worth and income
  • Disputes over separate versus marital property
  • Prenuptial or postnuptial agreement litigation

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Skilled Lawyers in North Georgia

With offices in Gainesville and Braselton, our lawyers serve the community’s legal needs, including everything from probate, to family law, criminal defense, personal injury, and business law.

Our team has the experience to be able to walk you through the legal process, advise you on the best course of action for your particular situation, and advocate on your behalf.

Don’t wait to obtain the qualified and highly dependable legal representation you need. Contact us now to learn more about our highly seasoned family law services.

Request a Consultation
Call (770)-536-0202
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High-Asset Divorce

“We don’t just know the law; we know how to go to trial and win.”

Experienced High-Asset Divorce Attorneys in Gainesville, GA and Braselton, GA

We have a network of highly qualified experts, including appraisers, private investigators, and certified public accountants. Not only are they subject matter experts, but they are experienced and effective trial witnesses.

What is a High-Asset Divorce?

A high-asset or high-net-worth divorce is where individuals have substantial assets and liabilities that need to be taken into account to determine property division, possible support, and more. These types of divorces can pose unique challenges because the stakes are higher, and issues are more complex. There are also often complex contracts and other types of documents that relate to the ownership or income from those assets. A simple miscalculation or oversight could mean the loss of thousands of dollars.

Although the legal process may be largely the same, these types of cases tend to take longer since the issues are more complicated, and the cases are often contested. Issues like custody, support, and property division will be handled differently, and experts may need to be involved to assess financial issues and value assets.

Issues in a high net worth divorce may include:

  • Business Valuation
  • Professional Licenses and Practices
  • Overseas assets
  • Uncovering Hidden Assets
  • Executive compensation
  • Stocks, Bonds, and other Securities
  • Retirement Funds
  • Investment Properties and Vacation Homes
  • Collectibles such as coins, artwork, and vehicles
  • Recreational Assets such as boats, RVs, and timeshares
  • Digital Assets
  • Inheritance and trusts
  • Disagreements over net worth and income
  • Disputes over separate versus marital property
  • Prenuptial or postnuptial agreement litigation
Request a Consultation
Call (770)-536-0202
Read Client Reviews

Related Practice Areas

Related Articles

Skilled Lawyers in North Georgia

With offices in Gainesville and Braselton, our lawyers serve the community’s legal needs, including everything from wills, trusts, and estates, to family law, criminal defense, personal injury, and business law.

Our team has the experience to be able to walk you through the legal process, advise you on the best course of action for your particular situation, and advocate on your behalf.

Don’t wait to obtain the qualified and highly dependable legal representation you need. Contact us now to learn more about our highly seasoned family law services.