Get More Out Of Your Divorce With A Financial And Tax Document Analysis
Contentious divorces often center around finances, debts and property division. But in dissolutions that concern high net worth individuals, the stakes are typically higher. Spouses may hide assets or underreport pay, and in some cases, they may even go so far as to deliberately not disclose tax deductible revenues. Such actions could result in skewed awards of alimony, child support or property for you and your children.
If you are going through a high-asset divorce, you need a legal team well-versed in both family law and financial matters. Reach out to Miller & Associates, Attorneys LLP, today. Whether you suspect your spouse of misconduct or simply wish to verify the accuracy of any disclosure, we can help.
Assets You May Not Know About
We recognize that complications are more likely to emerge in cases where one or both spouses have a large sum of wealth. Knowing this, we have developed a keen eye for analyzing not only paychecks but also tax forms and business ledgers. All of which can lead to undisclosed assets.
What this means, is that our skilled lawyers can help you identify whether your spouse failed to reveal:
- Pass through income sources
- Mortgage interest deductions
- Tax benefits from depreciated equipment
- Business expenses related to entertainment or perks
And to ensure that we can provide you with the most accurate information, as well as strong evidence, we will use every resource at our disposal. This includes the consultation of a forensic accountant should your situation calls for it.
Helping You Secure Your Future After A Difficult Dissolution
Ending a marriage is difficult enough as it is, but it can also leave you with uncertainties for your future. For this reason, it is best to retain the services of a law firm you can trust to get you results.