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Helping you navigate a high asset divorce

Divorce is difficult no matter your financial situation; however, for wealthy couples, dissolution can bring additional issues and disputes. The property distribution and asset division process can be a contentious time, especially if a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement was not entered into and spouses cannot agree in the division of marital property.

A high asset divorce can require additional steps and decisions. At Turken and Porzenski, LLC, our law firm understands that divorce is an emotional time and a challenging life event to navigate. Thus, we are dedicated to helping individuals in Missouri understand their rights during divorce so they can reach a divorce decree that represents their needs and goals.

High asset divorce proceedings often require the assistance of several professionals. While legal guidance is extremely valuable, using forensic accountants and other financial experts can help protect your rights and assets during dissolution. It is important to have your assets valued as well as any businesses, real estate and stock options assessed. Additionally, these financial experts could help uncover any hidden assets.

Our experienced attorneys have the skills and resources to provide detailed attention to each and every need of our clients. Whether you seek to protect specific assets from distribution, evidence certain property is separate property or help you assert your claim for specific marital property, our law firm can help you achieve your goals.

To learn more, check out our law firm's complex divorce litigation webpage. Whether you are dealing with issues concerning property division, child custody or financial support, it is important to understand how you could resolve these matters while also protecting your rights.

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