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Finding Creative Solutions In Colorado High-Asset Divorces

You and your spouse have worked hard to build a sound financial future. Whether you are a business owner or have a successful career, it is important to know what to do in the event that a divorce threatens everything you have built over the years. It is essential that you have a clear picture of all your options before you make any decisions regarding the division of your marital property.

At Gebhardt Emerson Moodie Bonanno, LLC, our team of attorneys has helped with many complex divorces involving business owners, athletes and other professionals who have significant assets. Our creative approach allows us to develop solutions that lead to compromise, and if finding common ground is impossible, we are ready to advocate for you in the courtroom.

Attorneys Who See The Big Picture

The most important thing in a high-asset divorce is that all assets are accounted for when dividing the marital property. All too often, people make decisions without realizing the impacts that these decisions have on what happens to their finances going forward. They then find themselves struggling to make ends meet or paying large support orders because they did not take the time to fully evaluate their situation.

Our lawyers take the time to make sure we review each client’s situation in detail. We then explain what we can do to help you move forward in your case. In a high-asset divorce, there are many different issues our firm can help with, including:

  • Dividing retirement assets
  • Completing a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) to help with the division of future retirement assets
  • Evaluating and dividing business ownership interests
  • Finding hidden or concealed assets
  • Determining the value of stock options or stocks that a person may own as part of his or her compensation package
  • Inheritances/separate property concerns
  • Spousal support (alimony) and child support

In these cases, there can be significant disagreements about what should or should not be considered as marital property. With extensive experience on either side of these matters, our attorneys are ready to help you protect your interests.

Learn How Our Lawyers Can Help

No matter how challenging your case may seem, there are always options available. To learn more about your case, we invite you to call GEM Family Law‘s Denver office at 720-443-4892 or send us an email to schedule your free consultation.