High Net Worth Divorce

High Net Worth Divorce
Skilled Representation for Complex, High Net Worth Divorce Cases

Property division can be one of the most difficult aspects of divorce. If you are in the midst of marriage dissolution or you are anticipating a divorce, you may be concerned about protecting your assets, particularly if you feel you have a lot at stake.

With California law drawing the distinction between community property (property that belongs to both spouses) and separate property (property that belongs to one spouse), it is essential to have a lawyer who can help you make sense of the process and develop a workable strategy.

Contact our Orange County law office online today to get started building your strategy today. You may also call our firm at 714-550-7229 to schedule your free consultation.

Protecting Your Personal and Business Assets

At the Law Offices of Friske & Hilliard, we have successfully handled numerous high net worth divorce cases since 2001, advocating for our clients' interests with skill and tact. As family law attorneys with extensive experience in the division of marital property, we can help you protect your personal and business assets and make sure you are treated fairly.

We advise and represent professionals, business owners and investors with regard to:

Real estate holdings: We can utilize real estate experts to appraise and valuate residential, vacation, commercial and investment properties.

Business assets: With the help of accountants and business experts, we can facilitate business valuations involving professional practices, corporations, LLCs and partnerships.

Investments: Our firm can facilitate the division of investment holdings with the assistance of investment experts.

Asset discovery: When appropriate, we can assist you in exploring your spouse's assets, including hidden assets.

Transmutation, or transfer of property ownership.

Uncovering Hidden Assets

A key component of a successful property division strategy is ensuring that all community property is reported. Oftentimes one spouse will attempt to deceive his or her husband or wife by hiding or transferring assets with the hope of recouping them following the divorce.

Contact Our Firm's Attorneys for Help With Property and Asset Division

Contact us online to learn more about our capabilities. You may also schedule your free consultation by calling 714-550-7229.

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