We deliver conclusive results for individuals in high net-worth divorces:
- Locate hidden assets and protect your personal property
- Manage the protection and division of businesses
- Valuate investments, stocks, bank accounts, retirement plans
Our experienced firm
has handled hundreds of complex litigation cases. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, we may help you prepare
for the unexpected and help you obtain a fair settlement for a promising future.
Protect Your Property During Distribution
The main difference between most divorce and a high-net worth divorce is
the value of the assets involved. Because Florida is an equitable distribution
state, it is paramount that marital property and personal property are
correctly identified. When it comes to high-value assets, a small error
could result in you losing an extremely important piece of property.
We help high net-worth individuals protect all kinds of assets, such as:
- Bank accounts
- Boats, sport vehicles, etc.
- Marital estates
- Professional practices
- Stocks, bonds, trusts
- Vacation homes
Fair Financial Support & Custody Agreements
When substantial assets are involved, it is possible for one spouse to
take advantage of the other. We are dedicated to helping our clients protect
their property and ensure that
child support and
alimony payments do not leave one spouse at an unfair advantage, or at an unfair
disadvantage. When children are involved, our Panama City divorce attorneys
fight to ensure that our clients' legal entitlement to a fair
custody arrangement is not infringed upon in trial or negotiations.
Get Started with an Initial Case Evaluation - (850) 257-7086!
High net-worth divorces come in all shapes and sizes. Regardless of what
kinds of assets are involved, if you are going through a divorce where
substantial personal and marital property is involved, you should take
every possible measure to protect your own assets. At The Virga Law Firm,
P.A., we provide legal solutions that can protect high net-worth individuals
before, during, and after divorce.
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements may not be enough to thoroughly protect
your future. Schedule a case consultation with us today by calling (850) 257-7086
and get started!