What Makes a High Asset Divorce So Unique? | Tessmer Law Firm
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What makes a high asset divorce so unique?

Certain issues are more likely to present themselves in a divorce that is dealing with a large marital estate, such as:

  • Business valuations;
  • Determining the worth of assets such as stock options, art or antiques;
  • Division of a business or professional practice;
  • Division of investments and retirement plans;
  • Tax implications and property settlements;
  • Accurately accounting for and exposing any hidden income or diverted assets; and
  • Evaluating standards of living to determine child and/or spousal support.