The Stakes Are High In A High Net Worth Divorce
When you or your spouse owns a business or a professional practice, or has an investment portfolio or multiple properties, the stakes are different from a simple “divide it all up and let it go” divorce process. Each of you may feel there are assets you need to protect or things you just can’t let go of. However, you can come to a reasonable, amicable agreement through problem-solving based divorce methods.
When you come to Sheldon E. Finman, P.A., we will review your options for proceeding with your divorce. We will discuss the differences between collaborative divorce and cooperative divorce versus adversarial divorce. We will answer your questions, listen to your story and give you all the information you need to choose the process that will work best for you.
Together, we will work through the difficult issues such as:
- Who gets the second house or the boat
- How to divide the stock portfolio and the retirement accounts
- How to divide up the rest of your belongings
We will conduct a business valuation on a company or practice to determine its value to make an equitable division of your overall property and assets.
If you retain us as your lawyer and choose one of the alternative dispute resolution methods for your divorce, we will point you in the direction of a like-minded Fort Myers divorce attorney for your spouse to retain to facilitate your chosen process.
Empowering You To Solve Divorce Problems
We use nonadversarial methods to prevent the destruction that divorce normally brings, especially to the children involved, and encourage the continued development of the family in its new form. Working with your spouse to come to a satisfactory arrangement will help you both walk away feeling much better about the outcome.
The point of problem-solving divorce methods is to help your family transition through the divorce onto your lives afterward with as little conflict and disturbance as possible. It is rare that feelings are never hurt or that there won’t be stress during the process, but it is your choice as to how much.
Get More Information About High Net Worth Divorce
For more information about our problem-solving approach to high net worth or complex divorce, call us at 239-215-4952 or complete our contact form to schedule an initial consultation. Our law office is in Fort Myers, and we represent clients throughout southwest Florida, including Cape Coral.