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Equitable distribution key component of high net worth divorce

If you have multiple real estate holdings, business assets or a valuable inheritance, you probably have different financial needs during your divorce than those without significant monetary assets. A high net worth divorce can be difficult to navigate, especially when it comes to amassing information about your various holdings, property and accounts. Further, many Texas residents run into difficulties during their high asset divorce because of spousal dishonesty — your soon-to-be ex-spouse may want to keep assets hidden so that you do not have access to equitable distribution.

Although high asset divorces include many of the same processes as those involved in less-complicated proceedings, property division can quickly become contentious and confusing. An experienced legal team can help smooth the process from the very beginning. From the first financial document you obtain until the last signature on your divorce papers, your legal team can provide you with the support you need to make sure that you get the financial benefits you deserve.

Some high asset divorces are contentious, requiring formal litigation to ensure that both parties are satisfied with the division of marital property. However, others are far less adversarial, requiring only mediation or another collaborative method to reach a resolution. Our team of experienced attorneys can help you determine the right process for your individual situation, escalating the legal enforcement as necessary over the course of the negotiation.

You do not have to feel alone and abandoned in the midst of your high asset divorce. Although dividing a significant amount of marital property may seem like a daunting task, it can be expedited with the help of a knowledgeable legal team. Every divorcing spouse deserves equitable distribution, including those in a high net worth divorce; we are here to make sure you get it.