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Boca Raton High Net Worth Divorce Lawyer

Get Assistance from Experienced Broward County and Palm Beach County High Net Worth Divorce Attorneys Today

If you have a large portfolio of assets, own a business, or have hard-to-value assets like antiques, artwork, stocks, etc., your divorce may be categorized as what’s known as a high net worth divorce. If so, you want a Florida family law attorney who specializes in these types of cases. At HVW Law Group, our Boca Raton high net worth divorce lawyers have years of experience helping couples with complicated divorces that involve a significant number of assets.

We tailor our representation to ensure we meet the needs of each of our clients. We use collaborative principles and a dedication to protecting your interests. We are here to help you navigate the challenges that come with a high net worth divorce. To speak with one of our knowledgeable Florida high net worth divorce attorneys, please contact our office.

Spousal Support

Alimony is typically a major issue in high net worth divorces. There is no guarantee that the court will award one spouse alimony, but there is a chance. It will depend largely on how long you were married and what the gap is between your current and future earning potential. If you were married longer than seven years and one spouse earns significantly less than the other, then there is a chance the judge may award alimony.

Child Support and Custody

When a couple going through a high net worth divorce has children, it can make the divorce even more challenging. Do not let your emotions get the best of you when children are involved. It’s understandable that you might be in a major dispute over assets, but it’s important to work toward the most amicable solution when it comes to your children. If the family court judge has to decide, it will always be what is in the best interests of your children.

Your family law attorney will always make sure your rights are protected, while at the same time, try to help you reach an agreement with your ex.

The Process of Dividing Complex Assets and Property

Florida law calls for equitable distribution when it comes to property settlement agreements in a divorce. This means that your assets and liabilities will be split in a fair and equitable manner. That doesn’t necessarily translate to every asset being split 50/50, but the goal is to make sure that both spouses have their fair share.

Before any assets can be divided, there are a number of issues that must be resolved. These include:

  • Identifying all assets that each spouse owns;
  • Determining what is separate property and what is joint property that is subject to division;
  • Determining a value for complex assets like art and antiques, stocks, businesses, etc.; and
  • Figuring out how to create an equitable distribution with the marital property that is to be divided.

At HVW Law Group, we understand how much is at stake and how challenging it can be to value certain assets. Complex assets may require the use of an expert who can help place a value on your assets like investment portfolios, your own businesses, retirement accounts, and more.

Contact a Boca Raton High Net Worth Divorce Lawyer

If you need assistance with your Florida high net worth divorce, contact HVW Law Group today for an initial consultation. Our legal team has the knowledge, experience, and skills to help you reach a fair and equitable divorce settlement.

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