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Dividing assets in a high-asset divorce

On Behalf of | Nov 22, 2022 | Divorce

No one goes into a divorce thrilled about the process. It is a stressful, overwhelming, complex and likely lengthy process. It is a difficult life event to go through alone.

This is especially true when you have significant assets and property to divide. Having a legal team by your side can help ensure you maintain your personal assets and receive your fair share of the marital property.

High-asset divorce

At Rombro & Manley LLP, our law firm has helped California residents navigate the divorce process, aiding in a favorable result with property division. Our skilled attorneys take the time to understand what our clients want and how to achieve their ideal divorce decree.

A high-asset divorce can be complex, as the list of assets and property can be overwhelming. Once all the property and assets involved are identified, the next step is to determine the value of them.

Assets to divide

A high-asset divorce involves much more than the family home, vehicles and bank accounts. The list can be extremely exhaustive, which is why it is crucial to take the time to identify the assets involved and the potential of hidden assets.

Among the multitude of assets that could be involved, it is important to consider certain assets to gain a full and clear picture of the property division situation.

These assets include bank accounts, cash in hand, family home, other real estate, motor vehicles, business assets, retirement funds, deferred compensation, copyrights and patents, life insurance policies, valuables and tax refunds.

Once all the pieces of the asset puzzle are put together, it is then time to split it fairly and appropriately among you and your former spouse. This can be a very complex and detailed process, which is why it is important to have a family law attorney on your side.