There is no such thing as a "one size fits all" divorce and Brandon residents who are exploring the option of legally ending their marriages deserve to work with legal representatives who will treat them as individuals. At the Tampa Bay Legal Center, our clients are given the information and specific resources they need to make the best choices about their personal divorces.
That information can pertain to a variety of divorce-related topics, such as child custody and support, spousal support, and property division. For couples that earn high incomes or possess significant assets, knowing how to approach wealth division negotiations can be particularly important.
A high asset divorce can present questions and challenges that do not arise during divorces of more modest means. Particularly, there may be more questions regarding the classification of assets as either marital property or separate property; this distinction can have significant ramifications on what property a person may take when they end their marriage.
Individuals who possess significant assets and hold ownership of businesses may also find questions arise regarding whether certain assets are part of the marital estate or part of a separate business entity. Disclosure of ownership interests in businesses during a divorce can present issues that not all family lawyers may be prepared to take on.
All divorces are unique, but those that may be considered high asset divorces can throw significant and specific legal questions into the proceedings. The Tampa Bay Legal Center is available to consult with all individuals who wish to pursue divorce, including those who hold significant assets and wealth with their partners.