Dividing Complex Assets And Understanding Your Rights
A high-net worth divorce requires delicate care and experience. At Genesis Family Law, in Chula Vista, and San Diego, California, we have been doing this for close to 40 years. We have the experience to help you understand all of your rights, and our California Bar Board Certified Family Law Specialists can help you. We focus extensively on these high-asset cases. We understand their complexities and how to work to create the best possible future for you.
The financial side can become complicated because of the sheer amount of assets you and your spouse control. Perhaps you are business owners; if so, a proper business valuation can become the focal point of the case. You and your spouse may not agree and could be very far apart. Even if you do agree or you have an independent valuation of the business carried out, you still have to find a way to divide it without hurting the company itself.
On top of that, you may control assets such as:
- Vacation homes
- Investment portfolios
- Stock options
- Retirement accounts
- Business ventures
You will likely need to learn about issues like the impact of divorce on estate planning or the use of a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) for pension plans.
We have a deep understanding of how to analyze the financial side of a marriage. One of our main specialties is helping you find hidden assets. If you think your spouse is trying to cut you out of a fair division of assets or proper child support and spousal support, we can help you conduct a thorough search for evidence of unreported assets. We work hard to make sure that everything goes into the case and that your spouse does not take advantage of you for his or her own gain.
How To Contact Us
Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) or Assisted Reproduction
Child Custody and Support
Divorce / Domestic Violence
Mediation and Discovery Referee Services
Prenuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements
High-Net Worth Divorce
Complex Property Division
Dividing Retirement And Investments
How Is A Business Divided In A Divorce?
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