Winter Park High Asset Divorce Attorney
Assistance with Complex Property Division Issues
If you have a large or complex marital estate, it’s even more important to retain a Florida divorce firm who has both the experience and the resources to protect your interests during your divorce. At The Troum Law Firm, P.A., our Winter Park high asset divorce attorneys have over three decades of experience handling Florida divorces and other family law matters. We can ensure every element of your estate, as well as those of your spouse, are accurately valued and correctly identified as marital or separate property.
With our experience handling business valuations, asset protection, and equitable distribution of marital property, we are the firm to help you fight to achieve a favorable outcome on outstanding property division issues.
Let Us Help Protect Your Assets
Dividing marital assets often winds up being one of the most contentious issues in a Florida divorce, especially for couples who have a high-net-worth and a large asset portfolio. The ability for each spouse to remain in a strong financial situation after divorce may be at risk if litigation drags on and creates unnecessary legal expenses that could’ve been avoided.
At The Troum Law Firm, P.A., we are ready and will prepare an aggressive plan to protect your interests in negotiations as well as court proceedings. One of our strengths is the ability to negotiate with opposing counsel, which can help resolve your outstanding differences, helping you reach a fair settlement agreement in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
What Constitutes a High Asset Divorce?
Our firm has represented countless clients who have a large asset portfolio and are considered high net-worth. The laws in Florida dictate that property division is done according to the theory of equitable distribution. This means that assets and liabilities will be distributed in a fair and equitable manner, regardless of what caused the breakdown of the marriage. There may be some situations where the court deviates from the equitable distribution rule, as no two divorces are the same.
The Troum Law Firm, P.A., can help you with a wide variety of property division aspects, including:
- Characterizing what is separate and marital property
- Pension and retirement account valuations
- Business assets and professional practice valuations
- Tax issues following divorce
- Closely held businesses and stock valuations
- Child support obligations for high-income earners
If you have established a successful business or career, supported your spouse in their pursuit of one, or otherwise accumulated a substantial amount of wealth during the course of your marriage, then you need to ensure your interests are well-protected during your divorce. Retaining the services of an experienced high-asset divorce lawyer is the first step. Your attorney will help protect your interests, work to negotiate the best settlement possible to avoid a lengthy court battle, and he or she will help put you in the best financial position possible once the divorce becomes final.
Contact The Troum Law Firm, P.A. today at 321-428-2247 to schedule a consultation. Let us help you get a favorable financial outcome, so you don’t risk losing everything you’ve worked so hard for.