Carlsbad High-Net-Worth Divorce Attorneys
Protecting Your Interests & Assets
The outcome of your divorce could affect your financial stability for years or even decades down the line - particularly if valuable property is on the line. Utilizing an attorney who understands the intricacies of a high-asset divorce is vital if you want to obtain the best outcome in your case.
At Alternative Divorce Solutions, our Carlsbad high-net-worth divorce lawyers have a wealth of experience helping Californians navigate high-asset divorces. We'll work with you to protect your assets and pursue an equitable resolution for your case.
Common Complications During High-Net-Worth Divorce
California is a community property state, meaning that property acquired during the marriage belongs to both parties and must be distributed equally between them during a divorce.
Under California law, even if only one party acquires property, it may need to be split between both spouses during divorce. For example, revenue from a business or credit card debt are often both considered community property and distributed between spouses during a divorce, even if only one party runs the business or owns the card that accrued debt.
As a result, many high-net-worth Californians find their divorce could impact their finances much more severely than they first anticipate. If you've acquired valuable assets throughout your marriage and don't have a marital agreement in place to protect them as separate property, having a lawyer by your side to help you defend your assets is vital.
Additionally, other divorce-related processes are often more challenging for high-net-worth individuals. For example, high-net-worth parents are often concerned they'll receive heavy-handed child support or alimony judgments due to their high income.
At Alternative Divorce Solutions, our Carlsbad high-net-worth divorce lawyers help clients work through:
Disputes, advocating for their rights and helping them obtain an equitable outcome.
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