Some divorces involve substantial assets and wealth. Divorces with higher valued assets may include large real estate holdings; there may be one or more professional businesses, limited liability companies, corporations, or professional businesses involved in a high-asset divorce. High assets divorces may involve trust accounts, brokerage accounts, stocks, pensions, and a variety of retirement accounts. Some higher-asset divorces may involve prenuptial agreements.
There are also the possessions that people generally think of in higher-asset divorces that are subject to division: large houses, vacation homes, multiple vehicles, boats, trailers, tractors, farm implements, firearms, tools, coin collections, country-club memberships, etc. Frequently, these types of assets are issues of contention.
Naturally, larger asset divorces present their own unique issues and complexities. High-asset divorces usually involve significant debts or liabilities. High-asset divorce may further be complicated where one spouse is well-informed of the marital assets and has left the other spouse with little information or knowledge.
Scott is experienced and well-versed in handling high asset and high debt divorce proceedings. Scott has litigated and settled numerous cases involving all of these issues and more.
Contact Scott today to schedule your consultation to assist you with your case.