Little Rock, AR High Net Worth Divorce Lawyers

Divorce attorneys in Little Rock and the surrounding areas.

Phone: (501) 372-1200
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 4:30PM
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Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 4:30PM

What Makes High Asset Divorce More Complex?

While divorce is already one of the most challenging events spouses and families can face, individuals with high incomes, large assets, and significant net worth have much at stake, Multiple trusts, a variety of investment portfolios, real estate, luxury items, business shares, etc. can all lead to increased conflict and bitter disputes in a dissolution proceeding.

It is not recommended that spouses represent themselves in a high asset divorce. Often, there are complexities involved that require expertise. The type of assets owned by individuals above a certain income or wealth threshold can be very tangled, or commingled, governed by complex documents and perhaps not easily severable under the law, and subject to severe tax consequences.

We at Destiny Law have successfully handled countless divorce cases and are well versed in helping clients with large assets. No matter what your situation is, our skilled divorce lawyers have your best interests in mind and can fight on your behalf. Contact us today to discuss your case!

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How Our High Net Worth Divorce Lawyers Can Help

There are many legal hurdles when filing for divorce in Arkansas, but we make sure you have the answers you need. We pride ourselves on being there for our clients every step of the way and can help guide you through the complex divorce process. Above all, we will work with efficiency to help you control costs and avoid unnecessary expenses and turmoil.

You have rights, and we know the law. Our Little Rock and Hot Springs, Arkansas attorneys are here to help you protect your rights and assets when going through a divorce. We are assertive as the circumstances require, without being unnecessarily aggressive, and we strive for the most successful resolution of your case, as fast and efficiently as possible.

Our divorce attorneys in Little Rock are able to handle all aspects of a high net worth divorce, from contested custody and spousal support to complicated property division and more. If necessary, our firm has the ability to enlist the assistance of experts, such as forensic accountants, realtors, business valuators, and independent investigators to uncover hidden assets and properly value each asset to arrive at an accurate division.

We have the skills and resources to handle:

  • Division of property
  • Child support
  • Child custody
  • Child abuse or domestic abuse
  • Spousal support (alimony)
  • Distribution of debt
  • Complex divorce matters with business concerns
  • Estate-related benefits, including trusts
  • Examining all investments
  • Valuing real estate portfolios
  • Uncovering hidden assets
  • Reviewing pensions, 401Ks, and other types of retirement accounts
  • Considering account tax consequences

Protecting Clients in High Asset Divorce in Arkansas

The best protection for any individual with a high level of income or wealth is to plan in advance through premarital financial planning and a detailed prenuptial agreement guarding particular assets and setting clear expectations as to what happens to assets acquired before marriage and during the marriage. If you and your spouse had a prenuptial agreement, we will be ready to assert your contractual rights as written.

Assets not protected by a prenuptial agreement can be subject to division if the court deems them marital property. If this is the case, we are prepared to fight to protect your rights and assets in divorce proceedings.

What Are Grounds for Divorce in Arkansas?

The grounds for a divorce in Arkansas include:

  • Adultery
  • Impotency
  • Conviction of a felony or infamous crime
  • Habitual drunkenness
  • Cruel and barbarous treatment
  • General indignities
  • Living separately for 18 continuous months

If you are considering divorce and are not sure where to begin, view our divorce checklist for more information on planning your divorce. You must be a resident of a county in Arkansas for 60 days in order to be able to file for divorce.

Contact Our Arkansas Contested Divorce Lawyers

Destiny Law divorce lawyers offer one-hour consultations for a set fee to evaluate your case with you. We will explain to you how divorce law works and provide you with an overview of your rights. After this consultation, the required retainer and costs can then be estimated. Contact us today!

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