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Helping Michigan Residents Through High-Asset Divorces

More money doesn’t always lead to more problems, but it does make divorce more complex. Couples with substantial marital estates often own property that’s difficult to divide, let alone identify. Sometimes, one spouse so opposes the idea of parting with their property that they do everything in their power to leave the other spouse with an unfair settlement. With issues like these, how are people with a high net worth supposed to navigate these emotionally challenging times?

We are Jackman & Kasody PLLC. From our offices in Bingham Farms and Northville, we are committed to providing clients like you with compassion, support and guidance during your high-asset divorce. As experienced litigators and negotiators, we know what it takes to help you fight for the settlement you deserve.

What Makes High-Asset Divorce So Challenging?

If you and your spouse have substantial assets, you may have difficulty accounting for all of them. Yet, it’s crucial to do so if you want to receive a fair share of your marital estate. A full inventory of marital property matters for other reasons, too, like securing fair alimony and child support payments.

Besides traditional marital assets, you and your spouse may need to account for these assets as well:

  • Art and collectibles
  • Businesses
  • Deferred compensation
  • Real estate
  • Stock options

In some cases, one spouse in a couple may hide marital assets to leave the other at a financial disadvantage. If you suspect your spouse of this behavior, we can help. With over four decades of combined legal experience, our lawyers understand common strategies for hiding assets, as well as the forensic accounting it takes to uncover them.

Consult Jackman & Kasody For Experienced Handling Of Complex Marital Estates

When assets are on the line, it’s crucial to take steps to protect them. We provide prospective clients with a free initial consultation. To book one, complete our online contact form or call us at 248-220-6963.