Top Caliber Representation In Sophisticated Family Law Matters

Turn To A Board-Certified Specialist For A High Asset Divorce

At Gladstone & Weissman, P.A., our attorneys have built a strong reputation by taking well-prepared cases to court and prevailing time and again on behalf of clients seeking divorces with much at stake. From the beginning of a case until its conclusion, we customize advice and strategies to match the goals of each person whom we represent.

High-asset divorces present special considerations, and we are fit to rise to each challenge, including:

  • Asset division that will be approved by a judge while preserving our clients’ financial security
  • Sophisticated divorce litigation when unique factors are part of the package

Our clients have included people from all walks of life, including executives, public figures in entertainment and government, and professional athletes. People in the high echelon of public and private spheres insist on high-quality representation. Time and again, we have demonstrated that our skills match up with their demands. We of course recognize that many high net worth individuals have extraordinary needs for privacy and discretion. We are adept at accommodating special situations through tried-and-true ways of keeping personal and family matters discreet while meeting legal requirements.

Our high net worth clients often have complex asset portfolios that need the attention of qualified forensic accountants. We maintain extensive networks of professionals who deliver valuation of businesses, uncover hidden assets and advise us on how our clients can protect their assets through and beyond a high net worth divorce.

Implementing Strategy With Strength And Discretion

Thankfully, divorce is rare in most people’s lives. Although many bring preconceived notions to the table about how a divorce will play out, we take the time to share with each one which approaches will likely protect their most important assets, as well as parenting time.

Some people arrive at our door assuming that an aggressive approach is appropriate, given the circumstances. However, a careful evaluation may reveal that privacy and preservation of parent-child relationships will be much more important than experiencing the catharsis of a win in a courtroom. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods such as mediation or collaborative divorce may be better suited to a client’s overall goals. We listen intently and exercise great care when recommending a path forward that will achieve the client’s objectives in a high-asset divorce or any divorce. Ultimately, however, the client must make key decisions and we work hard to educate each person so they will be equipped to choose what is right in the short term as well as over years to come.

Above all, we refrain from emphasizing the potential for short-term results at the expense of more important long-term goals. When children are involved, the stakes could not be higher. Nurturing parent-child relationships involves more than the nuts and bolts of a child custody order. Family dynamics over a lifetime and even into future generations will be impacted by how a divorce is played out. We have successfully helped many divorcing high-asset parents see the big picture while tending to the details that a complex divorce may entail.

If you decide to work with our firm, you can expect individualization in all aspects of our counsel and advocacy for you. Whether or not your case should go to trial, we will use every tool and method available to protect your dignity, your assets and your children through the process.

At every juncture of your family law case, with our guidance, you can also count on regular updates and realistic projection. We never promise those things that cannot be promised. Rather, we practice honesty while delivering skillful representation.

Arrange A Confidential Consultation

To schedule a completely confidential consultation with an attorney specializing in high net worth divorce in South Florida, call Gladstone & Weissman, P.A., in Fort Lauderdale or Boca Raton at 561-447-2274 or contact the firm online.