Helping You Navigate Your High-Asset Divorce
No divorce is easy. Aside from your life changing, you must also face questions about the custody of your children and who will keep a specific property. The property division process can be challenging to navigate for couples with complex or significant assets.
At McKinnish Law Group, our high-asset divorce attorneys help clients in the Knoxville area navigate their complex divorces. Our lawyers have decades of combined experience guiding individuals, business owners and professionals through the divorce and property division process. Even a small mistake can significantly impact your financial future and security. Working with an experienced attorney can help protect your interests and rights.
Protecting Your Interests Through Every Step Of The Process
Tennessee follows an equitable distribution model when dividing property during a divorce. The process entails considering various factors to ensure that both parties are adequately set up for the future. In cases involving high assets, you need an experienced lawyer to help protect your future.
In a divorce, marital property subject to division can include:
- Retirement accounts
- Small businesses
- Multiple real estate properties
- Vehicles, art and other assets
In high asset divorce cases, our attorneys will work with financial planners to help ensure that we account for all your assets in your settlement. In some cases, one spouse will attempt to hide assets or deceptively purchase property or make investments. You can trust us to pay attention to every detail while navigating your divorce settlement negotiations. We understand how to negotiate in these cases to serve your best interests.
Let’s Discuss Your Case
Our team at McKinnish Law Group has a well-earned reputation for helping clients get the favorable results they need. We fight tirelessly in every case to help ensure a fair distribution of assets in your divorce. Whether your assets include multiple properties, a business or valuable art, you can trust us to help protect your best interests. To schedule your free initial consultation, call us at 865-229-9854 or fill out our online contact form.