High Net Worth Divorce in Atlanta
Call a Georgia Family Lawyer for Assistance
When you and your spouse decide to get a divorce, you will have to fairly
divide your assets. Doing so can be a complex and sometimes contested process involving negotiations
to come to an optimal resolution. Those who have a substantial amount
of assets to their name, particularly intangible but extremely valuable
assets, will likely have a more difficult time completing this part of
their divorce process, especially if they do not have legal counsel from
a Georgia family law attorney.
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to protecting your best interests throughout the process. Your case is
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Extra Steps in High Net Worth Divorce Matters
In many cases, individuals with a high net worth don’t simply have
money stored in bank accounts that must be divided. Often these individuals
have other types of properties, such as investments or heirlooms that
may or may not be subject to the marital property division process. This
requires a substantial amount of experience and competence from your legal
counsel to properly guide you through the necessary procedures and come
to a fair resolution.
High net worth divorce matters often contain property, such as:
- Retirement accounts
- Investment portfolios
- Stock options
- Intellectual property rights
- Business ownership and assets
- Investment properties
- Works of art or other high-value objects
Dividing things like stock portfolios or retirement savings can be difficult
since income from these options can be ongoing. In these cases, a judge
can issue a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO), which directs your
employer, stock manager, or other institution on how to distribute your
income, including where and how much of your income is to be sent to a
separate account for your now-divorced spouse. Your attorney can help
you with these orders and ensure your awards and orders are fair and equitable
based on your marital circumstances.
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