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Understanding High-Asset Divorce

High-Asset Divorce Attorney

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When spouses with a particularly high amount of assets go through a divorce, the process can be much more challenging and complex. High-asset divorces simply have more properties to divide and more funds to sort through, which makes the entire divorce longer and sometimes more contentious. If you are going through a high-asset divorce, it is extremely important that you seek help from an attorney who understands how to handle cases like yours.

At Erica Lord Law Group, PLLC, we are committed to helping families and individuals going through complex legal matters. With more than 15 yeas of legal experience under our belt, you can be confident in our ability to represent your interests and protect your assets. Our attorney understands how complicated high-asset divorces can be, which is why we want to provide you with the personalized attention and advisement you require. We have a proven track record of legal success, extensive trial experience, and our outstanding reputation speaks for itself. If you’re going through a divorce, we’re prepared to help.


Call (304) 605-2026 to schedule a consultation with our divorce lawyer.


What Makes a High-Asset Divorce More Challenging?

If a couple has a particularly high net-worth, the divorce process is likely to meet with more challenges than it would in a typical divorce. By definition, a divorce is considered “high-asset” of the couple, or either spouse, has a particularly large number of properties, highly valued assets, or hefty investments.

In order to protect your assets, you need to work with a skilled divorce attorney who has ample experience working on divorce cases like yours. High-asset divorces often require multiple additional resources, including the help of financial investigators, accountants, and other legal and financial experts. By equipping yourself with a reliable legal team, you can put yourself in a better position to safeguard your interests.

Protecting Your Assets

One of the most difficult aspects of any divorce is the process of property division. Deciding who will get to keep what can be challenging and often causes tension or full-blown arguments between spouses.

When you work with us, we can help you protect:

  • Large estates
  • The marital home
  • Vacation properties
  • Investment properties
  • Businesses and business interests
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Boats, motorcycles, and other recreational vehicles
  • Art collections
  • Retirement funds

Choose Erica Lord Law Group, PLLC

Make sure your assets, business interests, and investments are protected during and after your divorce and work with an experienced high-asset attorney. Our team can direct you towards financial experts and investigators as needed in order to safeguard your properties and help you retain what you value most.

Contact Erica Lord Law Group, PLLC​ to discuss your high-asset divorce case with our Charleston family law lawyer.

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