On behalf of Stange Law Firm, PC posted in High Asset Divorce on Wednesday, October 8, 2014.
A divorce is frequently difficult to go through. Even the most amicable divorces still represent the breakdown of a relationship between two people. A divorce is the legal recognition that two people are ending a chapter of their lives, and that change can be difficult to manage for many people. An added concern in certain cases is the fear that your lifestyle will be altered for the worse.
A high net worth divorce seems to compound these fears, because the division of marital assets may have an effect on the overall value of the personal wealth that was accumulated during the marriage.
When two people work hard to build a life together and garner some success along the way, the prospect of dividing up what they have built together can be a frightening proposition.
Going through a high net worth divorce can produce a lot of questions, and the attorneys at Stange Law Firm can help to answer them. Our practice is devoted to family law matters, including divorces involving high value assets.
A divorce involving a significant amount of financial interests can be lengthy and highly contestable, but our dedicated divorce attorneys are committed to working with you through the entire process so you can be secure and confident in beginning that new chapter of your life.
If you have been served with divorce papers, or maybe you are considering filing for divorce and believe that that the conclusion of your marriage may be considered a high net worth divorce, than please feel free to contact our office and set up a complimentary consultation with one of our attorneys.