Issues common in divorces such as child support and property division become much more complicated in a high net-worth divorce. Contentious issues such as defining what property is considered communal can be the cause of arguing and lengthy debating between the spouses. You may have to wrestle with resolving how to equitably divide your offshore bank accounts, pensions, investments, stock options, and other assets.
With so much at stake, you need a vigorous Los Angeles divorce attorney from the Law Offices of Randy W. Medina to advise you all along the way and push for your rights. Attorney Randy Medina has been practicing divorce and family law in California since 1998 and has successfully handled countless cases in this time. His successes have even earned him a selection to the list of Super Lawyers
® for 2012, 2013, and 2014. Attorney Randy Medina is also a Certified Family Law Specialist, so you can trust he can find a solution to your divorce.
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN ASSET DIVISION?
My firm is committed to finding an acceptable solution to preserve your assets when going through the asset division stage of your divorce. I can lay out your legal options and how your case is likely to end up.
The Law Offices of Randy W. Medina is prepared to handle the division of assets including:
- Stock options, IRAs, 401k plans
- Separate proper holdings
- Property acquired before the marriage
- Shared businesses/partnerships
- Real estate holdings and investments
All assets involved need to be properly evaluated which can be complicated, but I can work with specialists to ascertain the worth of all assets to be divided so you are treated fairly at all times.
Get the passionate advocacy you deserve
Aside from the division of marital assets, a Los Angeles divorce lawyer from my firm can help with negotiations involving spousal support or alimony. Whether you are to be paying support or receiving it, I can work to ensure payments are fair. Support can involve a higher standard of living which can be a matter of contention between divorcing spouses.