Not all divorces are equal. Some divorces require a great deal of preparation and planning. For individuals who have an estate over $200,000 per year and/or valuable assets such as homes, stock options, large savings accounts, escrow accounts, thrift savings plans and any other valuable asset, your case is different and needs a careful, competent review.
The client may not be in the right state of mind to begin the arduous work of valuing a large estate but our firm has years of experience in auditing, asset valuation and support alimony issues.
Many times one or both parties to a divorce will have inherited substantial property during the marriage and it takes a skilled attorney to keep those assets separate property and not marital property.
Some cases are made complex because one or both of the parties are self-employed, and their taxes may not reflect their actual income. Our firm uses the best forensic accountants and business evaluators to identify income no matter where it is hiding.
Custody issues in high income divorces can be complex as well as one or both parties has sufficient income to fight for long periods of time in Court. It takes peculiar skill to deal with custody issues in a complex divorce.
If you feel that your divorce may be particularly complex, please contact one of our experienced Oklahoma divorce attorneys as soon as possible so we can get to work preserving your interests.