Going through a divorce when you have more assets than the average couple is difficult. You have to figure out how you are going to divide everything up. This can be challenging, especially when there are business holdings, investments and retirement accounts to consider. We know that you might realize how difficult this challenge is going to be, but we are here to help guide you every step of the way.
When it comes to the assets you and your ex have, you need to sit down and come up with a realistic expectation about what you are going to be able to handle when you are relying only on your own income. Getting the vacation home might be your goal, but will you be able to keep up with the fees, payments and expenses of keeping that home? If you have any doubts about whether you will be able to cover the expenses of an asset, it might be best to let your ex get that asset or sell it so that you aren't starting your new life stressed out.
The good thing about many high-asset divorce cases is that they can go through the mediation process. This gives you some measure of control over what you are going to end up with when the divorce papers are finalized. We can help you to ensure that you are getting a settlement that is in your best interests.
We know that you are bound to have some questions about the property division process. We can answer those questions and help you make decisions based on your needs. While this doesn't mean that you will get everything that you want, it does help you to know that you have someone in your corner.