High Net Worth Divorce The Path to a Better Divorce

Bakersfield High-Net-Worth Divorce Attorneys

Helping Secure Your Assets & Property During Your Divorce

The presence of valuable property in a divorce can make the process of dissolving a marriage even more complicated as parties debate over what constitutes an equitable division of marital property.

At Alternative Divorce Solutions, our Bakersfield high-net-worth divorce lawyers help clients navigate high-asset divorces. We'll work with you to protect your property and help you seek an ideal outcome in your case.

To schedule a consultation with our high-net-worth divorce lawyers in Bakersfield, contact us online or via phone at (661) 669-7552.

Is California a Community Property State?

California is a community property state, meaning that property acquired during a marriage or domestic partnership belongs to both parties (unless explicitly stated otherwise due to a contract such as a marital agreement) and must be equitably divided among them. Additionally, certain assets and liabilities that once qualified as separate property can become marital property over time.

Understanding Property Division in California

For example, if one party owns a house prior to marriage, but during the marriage, both parties contribute to the mortgage and pay for expenses such as renovations and repairs, the court may determine that both spouses have a stake in the house and should be compensated thusly.

What Are Considered Valuable Assets in a High-Net-Worth Divorce?

Property division during high-net-worth divorces often involves valuable assets such as:

  • Real estate
  • Investments
  • And businesses

Frequently, parties find that assets they may have assumed were separate (such as the revenue from a business) are considered community property, and as such are eligible for division between both parties.

As a result, high-net-worth divorces often have unexpected ramifications for both parties in terms of financial impact and what assets or liabilities each party can expect to maintain sole ownership of post-divorce.

Additionally, the presence of a party with a significant income can affect how the court calculates child support and spousal support. Many high-income spouses worry they may receive a child or spousal support judgment that unfairly penalizes them for their income.

How Alternative Divorce Solutions Can Help You

At Alternative Divorce Solutions, our Bakersfield high-net-worth divorce attorneys understand how to help Californians with valuable assets and liabilities navigate the divorce process. We'll work tirelessly to protect your assets and rights during your case.

Going through a high-net-worth asset divorce in Bakersfiled? To schedule a consultation, contact us online or via phone at (661) 669-7552.

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    - Beverly
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    - Donald B.
  • “I was so stressed out before I went to ADS. Once I got there Lani sat with me and my husband and explained the whole mediation process. After I left I knew exactly what to expect and ADS lived up to my expectations.”

    - Giz S.

Top 10 Reasons

To Choose Mediation
  • You get to be in control of your divorce.

  • Tailored solutions based on your needs.

  • Focus on your emotional well-being.

  • Eliminates combative power struggles.

  • Less stressful for every family member.

  • Neutral help from a qualified mediator.

  • Completely private and confidential.

  • Can protect the interests of young children.

  • Saves time by preventing long litigation.

  • Less money spent on attorney and court filing fees.

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