When you're getting a divorce, having the right team in your corner is important. This includes qualified experts who can help you assess your situation and make informed decisions. At Herbert & Weiss, LLP, we understand that high asset divorces can be complex, and that's why we consult with other professionals, such as accountants, actuaries, lifestyle and vocational experts, and more, to help you build the ultimate divorce team.
There are four main reasons why building a divorce team can help your high asset divorce:
IDENTIFY ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
Building a team of experienced individuals can help you identify all of your assets and liabilities. This is important because you need to know what you're working with before you can start dividing up your property. A qualified forensic accountant or actuary can help you assess your financial situation and ensure you get a fair settlement.
This can also help you if you feel that certain assets were misreported or missing from the division of assets process. If you believe your spouse is hiding assets only to uncover them after the divorce is finalized, a forensic accountant can review your financial documents and help determine where these assets are hidden.
After identifying your assets, you should begin to determine which assets you wish to exit your marriage with. You can work with your team to determine the best possible outcome for your situation and then determine which assets you have your heart set on. With this preparation, your divorce attorney can be well informed about your desires and prepare accordingly when advocating for your best interests during the division of assets process.
NEGOTIATE A FAIR SETTLEMENT
A divorce team can help you negotiate a fair settlement. There's a lot at stake if you're going through a high asset divorce. You need to make sure you're getting what you're entitled to. An experienced divorce attorney can help you negotiate a fair settlement that protects your interests after consulting with the experts involved in your team.
MAKE INFORMED DECISIONS
Your divorce team can help you make informed decisions about your future. A high asset divorce can greatly impact your financial future, especially if you may need to pay for spousal or child support after the divorce is finalized. You need to make sure you're making the right decisions for yourself and your family. A qualified financial advisor can help you assess your options and make the best choices for your future.
You may also wish to consult with other individuals about issues like child custody. A child psychologist can help you understand what may be in your child’s best interests and help you create a proposed time-sharing agreement for your child custody plan.
PROVIDES ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Fourth, a divorce team can help you find the right resources for your situation. A high asset divorce can be complex, and you may need to consult with experts in multiple fields.
You may feel that negotiation between yourself and your spouse may not be enough and instead wish to pursue mediation or arbitration. Our high asset divorce attorneys can connect you with a court-approved mediator or arbiter to help you continue this process.
UNWAVERING COMMITMENT TO DELIVERING RESULTS
If you're facing a high asset divorce, don't try to go it alone. Building a divorce team can help you exit your marriage with the peace of mind and outcome you deserve. Our high asset divorce attorneys at Herbert & Weiss, LLP can help connect you to the experts you wish to meet to help you learn more about your options and prepare to make well-informed decisions regarding asset division, custody, support, and more.
Contact our experienced high asset attorneys at Herbert & Weiss, LLP today by calling (201) 500-2151 to learn more about our services. We'll help you build the ultimate divorce team so you can move on with your life.