Complex divorce generally includes substantial assets or individuals with high incomes often with a closely held family business, large estates, and high valuation of marital assets.
Complex divorce cases are often found in situations of entrepreneurs who work closely with other businesses, and in partnerships held between married couples. This is especially true when aspects of the divorce include: professional partnerships or other assets requiring valuation such as; business entity ownership, real estate, highly
valued collections; financial holdings that require detailed forensic analysis, or when ownership of the properties are in question. In addition, there are assessments and evaluations of debt distribution, intangible property, and tax implications; assets and investments held overseas, and unwanted exposure to risks of demands for significant spousal support.
Complex divorce matters require sophisticated legal knowledge and experience.