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Advocating For You During High-Asset Divorce

Property division is often one of the most difficult concerns divorcing couples must address. These challenges become even more challenging when a couple has built significant wealth or purchased valuable assets during their marriage.

At Furubotten Law, we understand just how much is at stake in high net worth divorces. Our founding attorney has worked with clients to determine the fate of complex multimillion-dollar estates and has the skill and experience necessary to help you face the challenges of divorce. Whether enlisting the help of experts to properly value your property or fighting for your interests in court, we are prepared to tenaciously defend your interests as you end your marriage.

What Is Considered High Net Worth?

While what makes a person wealthy varies depending on where you live, high net worth is generally defined by having $1 million or more in liquid assets. Valuable assets that couples may have to consider in a high net worth divorce include:

  • Real estate, including the couple’s marital residence, vacation homes and any real estate investments that either has made during the marriage
  • Closely held businesses or interest in a company
  • Stocks, bonds, stock options and other investments
  • Retirement benefits, including retirement savings, a 401(k) plan, an IRA or a pension plan
  • Vehicles, including luxury cars, boats or planes
  • Valuable assets like fine art, fine jewelry or collectables

In order to divide your property, you must also fully understand the value of these and other possessions. We build on our own experience by enlisting experienced appraisers and other experts so that you can make sound decisions about your finances.

Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets?

Fair division of your property depends on identifying all of the assets that fall into the category of community property. Unfortunately, some people put their own interests before the law and attempt to hide valuable assets to keep them from being divided by the court.

At Furubotten Law, we can help you take steps to protect your property rights during the divorce process. From identifying warning signs of hidden assets to tracking down that property and fighting for you in court, our team is prepared to use our decades of experience and the insight of financial experts to support your interests.

Take The First Step Toward Protecting Your Future Today

High net worth divorces often require careful planning, and protecting your financial future can begin with a phone call to Furubotten Law. In a no-cost consultation, you can explore your options and begin building a strategy that protects your assets. Contact our firm online or call 714-400-2688 to learn more.