Family Law High Net Worth Divorce

Brandon High Net Worth Divorce Lawyer

Financially Complex Divorce in Florida

If you and your spouse own a business, possess property or have acquired a high net-worth by other means during your marriage, you need a good experienced high net worth lawyer in Brandon, Florida, to guide and protect you during a complex divorce.

The Curry Law Group has extensive experience in high asset divorce cases. 

Our Brandon family law attorneys will work hard to reach a settlement agreement in a timely and economical manner. But we will also work to prevent you from making mistakes that could cost you a lot of money in the long run.

Curry uses expert forensic accountants who can peel back the layers of complex business agreements, entrepreneurial arrangements and measure current values as well as projected profits.

Your future economic security could depend on how retirement accounts or benefits and marital assets and properties are divided. The numbers in a settlement offer may look equal, but our experts will know whether or not certain types of assets will face heavy taxation that could reduce their value.

Curry Law Group divorce attorneys understand both the financial and legal issues that will determine how a large marital estate is divided up during a complex Florida divorce.

If you are expecting a large inheritance and are considering a separation or divorce, it’s very important to consult a Curry lawyer who can explain how to legally protect your inheritance from becoming part of the marital estate.

Knowing how to follow the money trail, how to value a business or determine the value of art or other collectibles is just one part of a complex divorce trial.

Another part is how to strategize, how to negotiate and how to est present the facts in a Florida divorce court in order to win the best outcome. Curry Law Group attorneys will fight for your best interest and your family’s best financial future.

Does Divorce Affect Net Worth in Florida?

Yes, divorce can affect net worth in Florida. Florida is an equitable distribution state, meaning marital assets are typically split 50/50, but the presiding court determines the fair distribution. However, a judge may consider other factors, such as the financial circumstances of each spouse, to determine another proportion. 

For example, a judge may award an asset to one spouse if it's difficult to split, such as real estate or a business, and grant an equally valuable asset to the other spouse.

How Long Does a Divorce Take in Florida?

A divorce in Florida can take between 30 days and several years, depending on whether it is contested or uncontested and the county and judge. On average, an uncontested divorce takes three months, while a contested divorce takes 12 months.   

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