All aspects of your divorce will be handled efficiently.
We treat high asset divorce Nashville cases like any other large case of civil litigation. The stakes are similar, and the methods we employ recognize that full and complete preparation is the best way to protect you. This focus on trial preparation means that we are driven to obtain information first and foremost-through extensive discovery and document production, to exhaustive depositions where necessary and hiring of private investigators to explore financial and lifestyle matters pertinent to your divorce. At the same time, we bring our human touch to any divorce case and recognize that these cases are more than mere business disputes. Our exhaustive preparation and focus on trial do not mean we intend to try your case. We hope we do not have to take you through that, but we will be ready if we need to. More importantly, this style of preparation gives us a distinct edge in negotiating the best settlement possible in the vast majority of cases.
Identifying and valuing property is often one of the biggest challenges in a high asset divorce Nashville proceeding. In many cases, the couple owns a business that must be divided, making corporate and business law knowledge essential. At our firm, we take pride in providing each client with full-service representation. We have litigated business valuation disputes and can connect you quickly with the expert accountants necessary to prove that value. We have litigated cases with hidden assets (and consulted with those who wish to hide assets, declining representation). Often high asset cases require the establishment of trusts for child support purposes (rather than paying huge support directly to the other parent, we attempt to direct as much of that support as possible into a trust for the direct benefit of your child(ren)). We know how to get information, and how to solve problems creatively. When you come to us, you can be confident that all aspects of your divorce will be handled efficiently.
Finally, if you and your spouse had a prenuptial agreement, some or all of these issues may be addressed there. We have litigated numerous contract cases and use that experience in litigating your prenuptial agreement. So, if you have such an agreement, we will be ready to assert your contractual rights as written.