Category Archives: High Net Worth Divorce
High Net Worth Divorce And Equitable Distribution: Investments
One of the hardest parts of getting a divorce is dividing property. For high income couples, splitting assets is even more challenging. There is a lot at stake—and you may own many different types of complex property, including investment interests. Here, our Boca Raton equitable distribution attorney provides an overview of the most important… Read More »
Strategies For Negotiating A Fair (And Favorable) Settlement In A High Net Worth Divorce
Divorce is a reality of life. The American Psychological Association (APA) estimates that up to 50 percent of U.S. marriages will end in divorce. For high asset couples, a divorce can be especially difficult. With so much on the line, the risk for a protracted legal dispute rises. This raises an important question: How… Read More »
A Guide To Divorce For Family Business Owners In Florida
Are you a family business owner who is preparing to end a marriage? It is normal to feel stressed out and have a lot of questions. There are proactive steps that you can take to protect your family, yourself, your rights, your financial interests. and the future of your company. Within this article, our… Read More »
Does A High Net Worth Divorce Take Longer?
Divorce is hard. Most people want to be able to move forward with their life. It is an understandable impulse, but it is also important that your divorce is handled properly. This raises an important question: Does it take longer to finalize a high net worth divorce? The answer is yes—at least, it does… Read More »
How To Protect Your Assets In A High Net Worth Divorce
For high income and high asset couples, going through a divorce is especially hard. It is crucial that you take proactive measures to protect your financial interests. At Williams & Varsegi, we provide high net asset divorce representation in Broward County and Palm Beach County. Here, our Boca Raton high net worth divorce lawyers… Read More »
How Is Child Support Calculated In A High Net Worth Divorce In Florida?
Going through a divorce is never an easy thing to do. High net worth divorce cases are especially complicated—even more so for parents of young children. In Florida, the non-custodial parent may be required to pay child support to the parent with primary physical possession of the child. This raises an important question: How… Read More »
Pension, Defined Benefit Plans, And Divorce In Florida: A Guide To Your Rights
A pension is a fund into which money is added on behalf of an individual during their employment years to be drawn from during their retirement. A pension plan—and other retirement assets—can be difficult to deal with in a divorce. You may be wondering: Are pension benefits subject to property distribution in a Florida… Read More »
Is Alimony Always Awarded In A High Net Worth Divorce In Florida?
High asset couples face some unique challenges in divorce. There are some important differences between high net worth divorces and other divorces. One notable difference is that alimony (spousal support/spousal maintenance) is substantially more likely to be awarded in a high income divorce case. That being said, alimony is not guaranteed. In this blog… Read More »
Dividing Real Estate In Divorce: Four Tips For High Net Worth Couples In Florida
High asset couples face some unique financial and logistical challenges in divorce. Often, high income married couples own complicated assets, including real estate. Many divorcing couples run into conflict and problems when trying to split up real estate. In this blog post, our Parkland, Boca Raton and Coral Springs divorce attorneys offer four tips… Read More »
What to Know About the Use of Expert Witnesses in a High Net Worth Divorce Case
For high net worth couples, going through a divorce can be especially challenging. Not only is there more money at stake, but many high income couples own complex property and hard-to-value assets. For this reason, an expert witness may be called upon to bring clarity to a complicated financial matter. In this article, our… Read More »