At Eric C. Cheshire, P.A., we know how to approach a high asset divorce. Here are just some of our top tips for you.
Take Your Time
Often, people getting a divorce seek to rush the process. This is rarely beneficial. Particularly in a high asset divorce, taking your time is essential to a fair and equitable settlement. Property must be valued, future earnings must be calculated, and debts must be assessed. These things take time.
Carefully Account for All Debts
One of the biggest mistakes made in high asset divorces is a failure to account for all debts. It is in everyone’s best interests to avoid this mistake. Debts must be identified so they can be included in the final divorce decree. Failure to do so could result in an inequitable division of assets and debts.