What can I expect during my high-asset divorce?
Caring and competent divorce representation focused on your best interests
The emotional stress of divorce can be compounded by the complexity of the legal process. Already daunting procedures become even more so when significant assets are at stake. The attorneys at Kidwell, South, Beasley and Haley have more than 40 years of experience helping individuals through the process.
Thorough identification of all your family’s assets and property
The first step in any divorce is to discuss all financial issues with your attorney. In high-asset divorces, this information is key to helping us best determine how to identify all assets that may be part of the marital estate and subject to division. We work with outside experts in business, finance, real estate, and art, among others, to ensure that all assets have an accurate value before we begin negotiations with your spouse. The firm’s hidden asset attorneys are recognized across Tennessee for their expertise in identifying hidden marital assets. We also delve deeply into your assets, savings, and property to best define and protect your separate estate. Your spouse is not entitled to a share of this separate estate, and these assets can become a very important part of getting your life on track after divorce.
Tirelessly advocating for clients during divorce negotiations and in court
The best case scenario in a divorce is for you and your spouse to reach agreement on division of the marital estate, amount and duration of spousal maintenance, and parenting plan for your children. Your Kidwell, South, Beasley and Haley attorney is instrumental in helping you come to agreement during this stage. We work non-stop to represent your best interests during negotiations or mediation with your spouse. If an agreement cannot be reached and it becomes necessary to take these issues before a judge, our attorneys are highly skilled in trial advocacy. We are comfortable in the courtroom and confident in our ability to deliver positive divorce outcomes to our clients.
Helping divorce clients move through life’s many changes
For some families, an entry of the divorce decree is the final stage in the case. Many individuals, however, need to come back to court to modify one or more of the terms set out in the final order. When financial circumstances change or one parent relocates, alimony, child support, and parenting plans may need to be modified. Our Murfreesboro divorce and family law attorneys are skilled at quick resolution of post-divorce modification issues.
Let Murfreesboro’s trusted family law firm guide you through divorce to a fresh start
Through a free initial consultation, an experienced Kidwell, South, Beasley and Haley attorney can talk through your high-asset divorce and your legal needs. Contact us online or call 615-893-1331 to schedule an appointment.