Complex Divorce

Sarasota Complex Divorce Attorneys

Your Divorce Does Not Have to Feel Complex

Every divorce is unique with its own set of human factors and issues. Some divorces have particularly complex financial matters that require an attorney of extensive knowledge and skill. Others face complications over child custody and parenting plans, relocation, and support issues. No matter what issues are involved in your case, if you face a divorce that requires high-level legal assistance, you can rely on the counsel of Schipani & Norman, P.A.

Our Sarasota complex divorce lawyers have helped hundreds of clients in Sarasota, Bradenton, and other Southwest Florida communities obtain favorable outcomes in their divorces. This has been accomplished through methods of collaboration as well as through trial. We understand how stressful this experience can be and we will do everything possible to relieve the burden from your shoulders. You will have the benefit of our award-winning legal team and their combined years of experience, training, and knowledge addressing all issues in your case. Allow us to handle the legal aspects of your separation or contested divorce as you tend to your day-to-day family matters.

Involved in a complex divorce? Turn to Schipani & Norman, P.A. for outstanding legal ability and support throughout the legal process. Contact us at (941) 499-8154.

What Factors Complicate a Divorce?

No divorce is simple. All revolve around emotional and financial issues that can trigger highly-charged tensions, uncertainty, and frustration. This is especially true in the matter of complex finances and in how to handle parenting. Some cases, however, have factors that create an additional layer of complexity to the overall process.

These can include:

  • Stocks and bonds
  • Investments
  • Multiple real estate properties
  • Business ownership
  • Retirement accounts and pensions
  • Offshore accounts
  • High net worth

If one or more of these factors is present in your life, you should not attempt the divorce process on your own or with a standard divorce attorney. Far too many issues may raise time-consuming and expensive difficulties. For example, your spouse may be hiding assets in an offshore account, underreporting his or her income, manipulating a false picture of the value of a business ownership, or engaging in other tactics that are advantageous only to him or her.

In a high net-worth divorce, complications can surround the value of your assets, trust funds, and other investments. Complex tax considerations and various kinds of debt can also add to the matter. Furthermore, adultery and alleged domestic abuse can be a factor that courts may consider in the division of marital property, alimony, and child custody. Your best bet is to work with attorneys who routinely handle complex divorce cases which is what you will find at Schipani & Norman, P.A.

Board Certification in Marital Law

Our founding attorney, Phil Schipani, has achieved the highest level of training and legal ability as acknowledged by the Florida Bar: Board Certification in Family and Marital Law. This is an acknowledgement of the top tier of legal expertise available in his field of law. Fewer than 300 attorneys out of more than 78,000 in Florida have attained this distinctive certification. Mr. Schipani underwent extensive education and testing to achieve this. Board certification signifies his exceptional skill in marital law and demonstrates his ability to guide you through the most complex of divorces.

Discuss your case with a Sarasota complex divorce lawyer. Contact us online or at (941) 499-8154 to discuss the complicated factors you are facing today. Also serving Bradenton and other Southwest Florida communities.

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