When Is A Divorce A High-Asset Divorce?
Divorces are rarely an easy thing to go through, but things can become much more complicated if you are facing a high asset divorce. High-asset divorces often require much more time, money, and energy to resolve, but how do you know if you are facing a high-asset divorce instead of a standard one?
Here at V. Freitas Law, PLLC, you can find a team of family law attorneys who have more than 50 years of combined experience in helping clients through even the most complex high asset divorces. We know what it takes to overcome these divorces, and we also know how to recognize them.
What Type Of Divorce Are You Facing?
The income you and your spouse have is one of the largest factors in determining whether you are experiencing a high asset divorce. If you and your spouse share over $1,000,000 in assets, then your divorce qualifies as a high asset divorce.
In these types of divorces, spouses need to prepare themselves to deal with serious challenges like dividing complicated assets, including retirement accounts, banking accounts, and valuable possessions. In addition to this, spouses will also likely need to discuss matters involving child support, child custody, alimony, and visitation rights.
We work closely with our clients to determine their goals and then create a custom-tailored strategy that accurately reflects your goals and protects them. You deserve an attorney who will not simply accept the first negotiation offer you encounter and is willing to put in the long fight for your benefit.
Trust In Our Guidance
In the decades that we have been serving our clients, we have always prioritized putting their needs first and remaining available to them. Our clients are never left in a position where they are wondering what is happening in their divorce or what they can expect to happen.
If you are ready to schedule your initial consultation with a team of attorneys that you can depend on to look after you and your needs in your high asset divorce, contact us today. Schedule your initial consultation at our Seattle office by calling 206-536-2875 or emailing us here.