Just as no two Washington marriages are exactly the same, neither are any two divorces. Your situation is unique to your own circumstances and personal history. Why you filed for divorce may not be as critical as the type of support you secure before heading to court. In a high asset divorce, trying to go it alone is typically not a good idea.
You may be among those who simply wish to get through the process as swiftly as possible so you can move on in life and leave the past behind you. However, there may be various issues that could delay your settlement, including those pertaining to taxes, child custody or support, or business interests. In fact, you may be dealing with several of these issues simultaneously.
This is one of many reasons you may want to act alongside an experienced family law attorney. Not only can an attorney determine the best course of action toward a low-stress, quick, fair and agreeable outcome, he or she can also take immediate action on your behalf to address any problem issues that arise. For instance, some Washington spouses have suffered financially when their spouses hid assets in divorce.
Hansen Law, PLLC knows how to recognize signs of asset-hiding and can further investigate any family law matter causing you concern. No question is irrelevant when it comes to alleviating your worries regarding high asset divorce. Our experienced Washington legal team can help you find answers and move toward an outcome that sets you on the path toward a new, successful future.