Complex High Asset Divorce in Rhode Island
Are you planning to get a divorce? Does your marital estate include real estate holdings, business and professional assets, complex trusts, retirement accounts and other complex, high value assets? If your answer to these questions is yes, then it is highly advised that you get in touch with an experienced professional like attorney Christopher Heberg.
When divorcing spouses have high value assets between them, proceedings can become extremely contentious and drawn out because each individual wants to retain their fair portion of the assets involved, yet it is very difficult to determine an equitable distribution of assets. The legal team at the Law Offices of Attorney Christopher Heberg are highly qualified to assist in such matters. We have helped many clients in Rhode Island bring positive resolution to their asset disputes in an efficient manner.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your own complex high asset divorce case, please don’t hesitate to call us at 401-942-2759.
We Work with a Network of Qualified Experts
Our firm has access to a network of business valuation, forensic accounting and other financial experts that help us identify and value complex assets. We have the resources to help you address a broad range of financial issues that often come up in high asset divorce disputes, including:
- Retirement accounts (401(k)s, IRAs, pensions) – We will conduct a comprehensive review of each and every contribution and their source to reach a proper judgment for these funds.
- Business Valuations– We will conduct a proper evaluation of any closely-held businesses and help you determine how much reimbursement or award you are entitled to for your share.
- Hidden assets and Forensic accountings– Our legal team knows all the signs of hidden assets and will help you expose anything that is being kept from you.
- Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial contracts– We will ensure that the contractual obligations drawn out in your prenuptial/postnuptial agreements are honored.
- Unauthorized Transference – No transfer of property should occur without agreement from both parties before or after a petition for a divorce.
- Complex Property Tax Issues – When dividing a large estate, the number of transactions along with their tax implications can seem innumerable. We will do the paperwork for you.
Financial and Sentimental Value of
Certain assets, such as art and antique collections, jewelry and automobiles, can have both financial and sentimental value. Christopher Heberg will help you evaluate the full value of each asset and make sure you receive your fair portion.