Divorce is complicated and even more so when there are businesses and livelihoods at stake. Our team has been handling high-asset, high-income divorce cases for decades, and we know what it takes to navigate these complex cases. There are a few common mistakes we've seen time and time again that you can avoid when going through a high-asset divorce.
Mistake 1: Failing to locate and value ALL assets.
We regularly employ business valuation experts and forensic accountants to locate all marital assets to ensure a favorable division of assets for you.
Mistake 2: Failing to preserve evidence.
Document everything, from financial information to text messages showing your spouse's infidelity. This evidence could make all the difference in proving your case to the Courts or encouraging your spouse to settle.
Mistake 3: Acting out of anger or guilt.
This is an emotional time, but letting your emotions take control can lead to disastrous consequences. When possible, take the time and space you need to defuse a difficult situation.
Gentry Law Firm LLC