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High Asset Divorce

Hemmat Law Group — Helping Good People in Bad Situations

Our high asset divorce lawyers provide expert legal advice for all aspects of high asset divorce, including child custody, support and property division.
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High Asset Divorce Lawyers

Many divorces have their challenges, but for high net worth individuals, in addition to the upset that comes with the life change of divorce and separation, the complexity of high asset divorce can add additional stress.

A high asset divorce lawyer is essential to help properly identify the value of assets involved. High asset couples may have stocks, equity in ongoing business, or deferred compensation and benefits. They may also hold assets in holding companies or trusts that don’t present straightforward valuation or ownership division. The husband or wife may be the solitary earner or owner of a business that involves shareholder note funding, or they may have other complicated income structures.

Hemmat Law’s high asset divorce lawyers are experienced with these complex cases, and the detailed research and analysis they require. We know how to successfully identify and value all assets and fight for fair division. If your divorce involves high assets or financial complexity, speak to us about how we can help to make sense of the opaque details.

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For parents, their children can be their world, and they have a right to see them flourish in a safe and secure environment. At Hemmat Law group, our family lawyers work with our clients to ensure that divorce parenting plans and child support agreements are fair and robust and that the best outcomes for children are prioritized…

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For married couples who come from different international backgrounds, there can be more complicated living and asset ownership arrangements. Identifying fair division of assets where property or business interests may be present in multiple foreign countries can be complex. Hemmat Law’s international divorce attorneys are highly experienced in these types of cases…

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Managing co-parenting circumstances can be difficult and contentious. If one parent attempts to distort a child’s relationship with the other, speaking badly of them, blocking them from seeing them or other manipulative behaviours, Washington state courts take this parental alienation seriously, and so do Hemmat’s parental alienation lawyers…

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There are unique legal considerations for committed intimate relationship separations in Washington state and Hemmat Law Group’s separation lawyers have extensive experience in helping clients with gathering evidence, understanding the intricacy of child support rights for unmarried couples, and establishing rightful division on assets. Contact us today to talk through your case…

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A divorce can be one of the most stressful, challenging experiences anyone can go through in life. Hemmat Law’s divorce and family lawyers work have decades of experiences working with clients across Seattle and throughout the state of Washington. They are committed to making the process as easy to navigate as possible…

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Whether you need help with cases involving stalking, domestic violence, harassment or neighbor disputes, Hemmat Law Group family lawyers are here to help. We believe that everyone across Washington deserves to feel safe and secure in their daily lives. If you or a loved one needs to ensure the whole story is fairly considered by the judicial system, contact Hemmat Law protection order lawyers today…

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What is classed as a high asset divorce?
Do I really need a high asset divorce lawyer?
One of us doesn’t want a divorce. Does this change anything?
I want to get separated quickly – is this possible?
How expensive is a high-asset divorce? What kind of attorney fees can I expect?
My spouse and I agree on the terms of our separation. What does this change?
My spouse and I have children. How does this impact the process?
How is property divided?
My spouse is closing accounts and hiding money from me. What can be done?
Do I have to pay spousal support if my spouse is able to, but just doesn’t want to work?
My spouse’s income was essential to cover living costs in a shared household. Now that I am suddenly alone, how can I survive while the dissolution process proceeds?
Am I entitled to any spousal support?
I am in a same-sex or religious marriage. Does this change anything?
My partner and I were never legally married, but we cohabitated exclusively for years. Now that we are separating, am I entitled to any property?
My spouse and I had a pre or post-nuptial agreement. How does this impact the process?
Will the tax implications be different for a high asset divorce?

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