How Can I Safeguard My Interests In a High-Asset Divorce?

At Viloria, Oliphant, Oster & Aman L.L.P., we understand that you have worked hard to build your wealth and accumulate assets and property. That is why our attorneys are here to help you protect your interests during your divorce proceedings. Because high-asset divorce cases are complex, we want to explain the importance of safeguarding your assets.

How to Protect Your Interests

When it comes to divorce, it is easy to get caught up in making sure your ex doesn’t get anything out of the settlement. However, this mindset may work against you, which is why you should consider your spouse when thinking of how your assets will be distributed.

This does not mean you should give your ex everything they ask for, but you should try to reach an agreement that will allow you both to live comfortably. By trying to reach a fair agreement instead of blatantly trying to prevent your ex from obtaining the assets they want, you will make the negotiation process less stressful and will likely run into let disputes over the assets you want to protect and keep for yourself.

To prepare for your high-asset divorce, you should:

  • Account for all of your assets
  • Determine the value of each asset
  • Hire a divorce lawyer

You can’t reach a fair settlement with your ex unless you know which assets you have and how much they are worth. An attorney can help you strategize and track down any assets that your ex might be concealing from you.

Reno Divorce Attorneys

Are you going through a high-asset divorce? Do you need help safeguarding your assets? If so, you should get in touch with our team of divorce lawyers in Reno. We can review the details of your case and determine a legal strategy that will protect your wealth. Let us put our resources and experience to work for you today.

Call (775) 227-2280 to immediately get in touch with our Reno family law attorneys.

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