Divorce is always a complex issue, and on many fronts; emotionally, financially, and, of course, legally. Unfortunately, however, for many couples, divorce becomes an even more challenging matter when they have a significant amount of accumulated assets. If you are a high net worth individual facing a divorce in Pennsylvania, Berman Voss is here to help. Speak with the seasoned Pennsylvania high net worth divorce lawyers from Berman Voss today.
If you’re about to go through a high net worth divorce, you mustn’t make the mistake of proceeding without competent and highly-skilled Pennsylvania divorce lawyers on your side. Berman Voss has years of experience fighting for high net worth individuals just like you and is prepared to put that experience to work in your case as well.
As a couple from any financial background, the assets you do own are often contentious when it comes to splitting them up in a divorce. That said, being a high net worth individual means that you own at least $1 million in assets, and if you and/or your spouse are high net work individuals, you have a lot on the line. You need an attorney who can protect it. Look no further than Berman Voss.
Aside from the sheer number of assets involved in high net worth divorces, high net individuals have to worry about certain specific types of assets that other couples may not have to. For example, high net worth divorces often involve the following:
In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, courts divide these assets between spouses through a process known as equitable distribution. This means that a judge will essentially determine a fair and just split of assets between you and your spouse (typically not a 50/50 split), so it’s important you hire a competent high net worth divorce lawyer who can best present your case and advocate for your interests.
Aside from hiring a skilled divorce lawyer, you can act preemptively and protect your assets from a future divorce by drafting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement with your spouse. Prenuptial agreements are drafted prior to marriage, and postnuptial agreements are drafted after marriage but prior to divorce. Both of these documents can clearly outline what will happen with certain assets, among other things, should you ever get divorced in the future.
Speak with Berman Voss today to schedule your initial consultation.