Our Attorneys Fight for High-Asset Divorce Cases in Wyoming

Assisting with Complex Divorce Circumstances in Gillette & Newcastle

High-asset divorces are those in which one or both individuals involved have a high net-worth or when there are numerous assets involved in the marriage. Business owners, entrepreneurs, and others may find themselves dealing with a high-asset divorce in the event of marriage dissolution. This situation is often much more complex than relatively straightforward divorces, which is why it’s wise to enlist the help of an experienced high-asset divorce attorney in Gillette who can help you navigate the process.

At 307 Law Office, we are experienced in handling complicated divorces, including high-asset divorces, contested divorces, and uncontested divorces. We have become exceedingly familiar with all of the necessary paperwork, legal proceedings, judges, and potential obstacles. Working alongside our attorneys, we can help you resolve your high-asset divorce in a timely and personalized manner. Attorney Anthony Toscana is a skilled legal researcher and writer, so when a high-asset divorce presents a unique legal problem or requires some creative lawyering to protect your interests, Sean’s contributions are essential to the best representation possible. We always keep the best interests of our clients at the forefront and will fight to secure the best possible outcome for your unique situation.

Dealing with a complex divorce? Contact our office at (307) 257-6368 to schedule a free, in-person consultation with our team.

Determining the Value of Individual & Shared Assets

In the state of Wyoming, spouses are required to disclose all owned real estate, debt amounts, and privately owned property during divorce proceedings. The state recognizes both separate and marital property—but this can be less straightforward than it seems. For instance, if one spouse owned a home prior to the marriage, but both spouses made contributions to the property throughout the duration of the marriage, the home may be considered marital property.

Assets that are eligible for reassignment through divorce include:

  • Residential properties
  • Commercial properties
  • Rental properties
  • Businesses
  • Retirement accounts
  • Bank accounts
  • Vehicles and boats
  • Investment accounts

Our Gillette high-asset divorce lawyers can help you understand what to expect from the divorce process. We are skilled negotiators and will aggressively advocate for your best interests in settlement or trial. We have a team of trusted professionals ready for when we need business and property appraisals, valuations of assets, and advice regarding tax implications of divorce outcomes.

Trust Our Dedicated Family Lawyers

Dealing with divorce is incredibly difficult—when complications arise, such as high-value assets, the process can become even more complex, lengthy, and expensive. If you’re currently dealing with a high-asset divorce, our firm is here to provide you with the strong representation and compassionate guidance you need. Our attorneys can provide answers to your questions and will work to help you understand your various legal options to protect your future.

Call us at (307) 257-6368 to schedule your free, confidential consultation with our attorneys today.

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