During your high asset divorce, you may need assistance to compile your financial documents and other statements regarding your assets. These documents can be highly important for your division of property. With proper investigation and care, you can be sure that you will achieve the best possible outcome for your divorce.
Piecing Together Financial Information
As you compile your financial statements and other receipts of assets, you may need help identifying dates of acquisition and organizing financial information. A forensic accountant can help you understand your financial situation and prepare your documents for court use. You may need to present information to prove ownership of assets, so with the help of your forensic accountant, you can identify which documents may need to be used in court and create an organization system for your divorce team.
Addressing Financial Discrepancies
As you review your finances with your attorney and forensic accountant, you may identify information or documents that may not add up or seem unusual. Your forensic accountant can review these documents to determine if there are financial discrepancies and, if needed, uncover any hidden assets.
If hidden assets are uncovered, your attorney will need to notify the court with proof to update the division of assets process. The guilty party may face a penalty by the court for hiding assets, which is why it is essential to have a forensic accountant consult on your case. Your forensic accountant will do a full sweep of your finances and determine any hidden assets, either intentionally or unintentionally, and help you prepare for your division of assets process.
High Asset Divorce Attorneys
The team at Gill Law Group, PC is skilled in guiding our clients through high asset divorce. We will evaluate your divorce’s goals and help you build a team of experts to consult. Whether you need financial guidance or a strong advocate for the division of property, we are committed to serving your best interests and desires.