Achieve an Equitable Distribution of Assets in a Complex Divorce

Separating your life from that of your spouse is difficult when there are few assets, and the split is equitable. If children and a California business are involved, the proceedings can become complicated. The experienced team at Trabolsi & Levy, LLP address the unique concerns of high net worth clients and their spouses to ensure they receive fair representation.

While you may not know all the legal implications of disentangling your life from that of your spouse, there are ways to ensure you achieve an intelligent divorce. According to Herberger & Company, learning about the divorce process and having a plan is key to keeping the proceedings on track. Those with the best outcomes educate themselves about their rights and entitlements under the California Family Code. This helps them influence the process by implementing a strategy designed to help them achieve specific goals and objectives.

Children, asset distribution, property and income are the most common components in complex divorce proceedings. Armed with knowledge, you are better able to collaborate with your legal team and come to an equitable settlement. Removing negative motivation, such as revenge, retribution or assigning blame to your soon-to-be-ex can help the process continue moving forward.

It may be tempting to indulge in behavior that goads your spouse, such as making expensive purchases or flaunting a new relationship. These actions can derail the process, causing the settlement to take longer and become more expensive. Having a plan and sticking to it can help you stay focused and achieve your goals. Visit our webpage for more information on this topic.

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