If you have significant personal and/or business assets then protecting your financial interests in divorce is important. An experienced family law attorney can represent you as they have the expertise and skills needed in order to protect your right every step of the way.

What is a high asset/high net worth divorce?

This type of divorce in Kansas involves a large amount of property and personal assets. This complex division can include:

  • Investments
  • Stocks and bonds
  • 401 (k) and retirement accounts
  • Executive interests
  • Family businesses
  • Family trusts
  • Real estate

Ultimately, division of property in a high asset divorce can be complicated and difficult to handle. When it comes to trying to divide retirement accounts, businesses or real estate property, it can get messy quick. However, thanks to the help of a qualified and experienced divorce attorney, this process can be streamlined.

This legal professional has experience with business, pension and real estate valuation and choosing the right valuation method for your case. They can also protect professional practices and oversee assets or uncover hidden assets in a high net worth divorce. They can draft QDROs which ensure that the marital agreement or divorce decree is followed through with when it’s time for certain accounts to pay out. Our attorneys can negotiate child custody, child support, and alimony with ease. Our attorneys can even draft estate-planning documents including trusts.

Ultimately, we use a team of experts to help us to successfully execute high-level cases such as these.

Call a Divorce Attorney Today for Legal Advice

A divorce attorney in Kansas knows how to handle the complex aspects of divorce and property settlements. We can protect your interests in negotiation, settlement, and ultimately, if needed, in court. To schedule a consultation with one of our divorce attorneys today, call 913-962-8700. When it comes to a high net worth divorce, no shortcuts should be taken. Hire a legal professional that can help protect your rights every step of the way.