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Helping You Navigate Divorce

High Net Worth Divorce

Jacksonville Family Law Attorneys – (904) 770-3141

Do you have a considerable amount of assets and property? Are you worried you will lose some or most of it to your spouse when you go through a divorce? Property division can be quite problematic in a high net worth divorce, so you should take steps now to ensure you do what you must to protect your own best interests.

Owenby Law, P.A. has been dedicated to providing personalized legal advocacy for family law clients throughout Florida for more than a decade. If you are concerned about how your high net worth divorce will pan out, then it is time to contact our law office to see how we can help.

Begin your case with a free initial consultation.

What is a High Net Worth Divorce in Florida?

There is no established legal definition of what makes a divorce “high net worth”.

However, most legal professionals consider a divorce to be of high net worth if:

  • The shared marital value exceeds the state’s estate tax limit
  • The estate includes a home or similar piece of real estate.
  • One or both spouses are considered publicly famous.
  • One or both spouses own a family business.

As it can be seen by these general descriptions of a high net worth divorce, there is much on the line. Failing to take the right steps to prepare your divorce case could risk losing important assets.

Collecting Evidence to Prove Your Ownership

Our Jacksonville high net worth divorce attorneys are well-equipped to take care of your case in such a way that upholds your best interests. In particular, we want to make certain you gain your fair share of your prized assets. Florida uses equitable distribution rules, which means property is divided fairly, not necessarily evenly.

We will want to use any sort of proof of ownership or care possible. Receipts are useful for expensive property you purchased.

Paystubs can be beneficial in regards to retirement funds. Even your own bank statements might be able to show how you have contributed the family’s important bill payments, like mortgages. Using our investigative abilities, we are capable of creating sound arguments for your side of the high net worth divorce case.

Would you like to know more? Call (904) 770-3141 today.

The Benefits of Hiring Owenby Law, P.A.

  • Free Initial Consultations
  • Successfully Handled Thousands of Cases
  • Backed by Over a Decade of Experience
  • Personalized, Results-Oriented Representation
  • A Team of Compassionate Advocates On Your Side
  • Flexible Payment Plans Available