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High-Asset Divorce Attorney in Gillette

Our Gillette Trial Lawyers Can Help Protect Your Property

If you have a lot of property or money or investments, divorce can be a nightmare. “High-asset cases” are much more complex, because dividing up a diverse financial portfolio comes with innate problems.

Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., has handled many divorces for people with a high net worth. You can count on us to provide you with strong, knowledgeable, and aggressive advocacy. Call (307) 257-7800 to discuss your options with a Gillette family law attorney in an initial consultation.

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What Types of Capital May Be Involved?

Laws in the state of Wyoming make it clear that all real estate, debts, privately owned property, and accounts must be disclosed during your divorce proceeding. The state does recognize the differences between personal and marital property, but you must disclose everything to the court and your soon-to-be ex. Property that is listed as “personal” may be contested during the divorce proceeding, if your spouse claims he or she made contributions to it during the life of the marriage.

Assets that can be contested during a high-net-worth divorce include:

  • Businesses
  • Residential properties
  • Commercial properties
  • Rental properties
  • Bank accounts
  • Retirement accounts
  • Vehicles and boats
  • Investment accounts

You need an experienced and aggressive Gillette divorce lawyer to protect your best interests and hard-earned capital.

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What If My Spouse Is Hiding Assets?

With a divorce on the horizon, one spouse might attempt to hide assets from the court, whether by transferring them to another person’s name, pretending to pay off phony debts to friends and relatives, or physically hiding jewelry and other valuables. Your spouse may be hiding assets if you find:

  • Missing financial records and documentation for certain periods of time.
  • A dramatic change in income when the marriage started to go south or when the divorce was initiated. A spouse may attempt to defer income until after the divorce is finalized to avoid sharing it in the settlement.
  • Account balances begin to decrease for unknown reasons.

If your spouse’s expenses appear to exceed his or her reported income, that may indicate a stream of unreported income.

If you suspect your spouse is hiding assets to try and circumvent a fair and equal divorce settlement, Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., can help. We will get to the bottom of any inconsistencies, and even utilize forensic accounting to make sure you are getting an honest look at the financial landscape of your marriage.

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Talk to a Gillette High-Asset Divorce Attorney Today

Our trial attorneys want to make sure your complex high-asset divorce goes as smoothly as it can, and that the result is a fair and equitable settlement. Don’t let an inexperienced lawyer or shady tactics by your spouse get in the way of what you are entitled to by law.

Contact us day or night at (307) 257-7800 to set up a consultation. Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., will provide answers to your questions and concerns, and will do the legal legwork to protect your finances and your future.

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