The process of untangling marital property interests in divorce always has the potential to be complex and stressful, especially when substantial assets are involved. In large marital estates, each side may have significant interests at stake in the resolution of many different details.
At Cianci Law, PC, we help clients with significant assets pursue successful outcomes in complex property division cases. Contact us today at (916) 797-1575 schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable Roseville divorce lawyer.
When individuals with high assets get divorced, it often becomes necessary to divide the ownership of (or interests in) assets.
At our law office, we have experience with valuing and assessing the following:
In many cases, investments are financed by debt, which must also be taken into account for the division of community property.
High asset divorces typically require skilled valuations and assessments by qualified professionals, such as accountants, economists, and business experts. Typically, both sides will consult their own experts, who may not always agree.
High net worth individuals often have prenuptial or postnuptial agreements that, if valid, will affect the division of property in divorce. We are skilled at evaluating and interpreting these agreements.
One major consideration that should be carefully addressed during high asset property division in divorce is the tax implications of dividing any certain assets. Dividing community property a particular way without the participation of tax professionals can result in unforeseen, long-range tax consequences.
Our law firm can carefully evaluate your property division options for their tax implications, with the help of qualified expert consultants if necessary. In many cases, it is possible to achieve better results for both spouses with the assistance of skilled tax advice.
A settlement agreement is generally the best divorce outcome for high asset individuals, as it allows you and your spouse to address each of your concerns in sometimes innovative ways. However, we stand ready to pursue positive outcomes in litigation if necessary.
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