High Asset | High Net Worth Divorce
Navigating the Complexities of Dividing Valuable Assets and Properties.
Divorces that include equitable division of assets of high value require particularized skill and experience. Assets subject to division in a divorce include real estate, business interests, retirement accounts, stocks, and shares of mutual funds. Georgia’s laws provide for fact-finding mechanisms that may be employed by knowledgeable counsel to collect and build evidence as to the value of assets. Oftentimes high asset divorces require financial forensics to determine the values of marital and separate assets and properties. Such divorces also require knowledgeable tax advisers to determine tax consequences in equitable division of marital property. Experienced and knowledgeable counsel is necessary to navigate divorces that include division of assets with high values.
The attorneys at Alford & Burkhart have provided guidance and advocacy to divorce clients with multi-million dollar marital estates. Based upon our experience, knowledge, and understanding of the law, our attorneys use various techniques to help clients resolve the issues of dividing valuable marital assets. Oftentimes strategic negotiations and attendance of a mediation prior to a trial can result in a resolution between the parties. However, other times aggressive representation through litigation and trial is necessary to advocate for and protect our client’s interests in a marital assets. Our attorneys’ exceptional knowledge and understanding of the legal tools and techniques for resolving divorces helps us form a unique strategy for each client’s case that fits the particular interests of the client, the complexity of the case, and level of opposition to particular issues related to the divorce.