A divorce involving high net worth may also include factors such as:
- Shared interest in businesses, including market share, bonds, board memberships, etc.
- Private and/or shared business ownership
- Joint ownership of real estate, secondary residences, or investment properties
- High-value collections of rare (and often, difficult to replace or objectively value) art, jewelry, antiques, etc.
- Taxable investment accounts
- Retirement and long-term investment accounts
There may also be additional complications with regards to parenting decision-making and spousal maintenance, especially if there is a large disparity between potential earning income of both parties.
Here at Reppucci & Roeder, our lawyers are highly skilled in understanding the many factors surrounding a divorce for high net worth individuals and families. We work diligently to uncover and properly evaluate all joint holdings of a couple, and we tenaciously fight for our clients to get their fair share during and after a divorce. Contact us for a consultation regarding your unique case.