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Spousal support is often times one of the most contentious issues in divorce cases. Under California law, the purpose of awarding spousal support is to ensure the self-sufficiency of both parties, while protecting the lifestyle the parties had become accustomed to during their marriage.
In divorce cases involving large assets, debts and multimillion-dollar estates, the factors applied to determine the level of spousal support include the division of the community estate, each party’s respective income, the duration of the parties’ marriage and the parties’ marital standard of living, to name a few. Our focus is always on ensuring that the correct financial data is presented to the court to enable our clients to obtain the best possible results.
When preparing cases involving spousal support for clients of high-net worth, we rely on the expert testimony of forensic accountants, financial professionals and other specialists in this area.
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has extensive litigation experience in all areas of high-asset divorce involving spousal support issues:
- Marital property characterization, valuation and division
- Nondisclosure of financial data, breach of fiduciary duty
- Tax issues and implications related to marital dissolution
- Legal issues involving prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Palimony, support involving non-marital relationships
- Post-judgment modifications, change in spousal support judgment
If you are a person of high-net value who is involved in a divorce that will involve spousal support, your attorney must have experience preparing and presenting a strong, clear case involving complex financial details. Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has earned recognition among clients including entertainers, athletes, professionals and business executives for our capacity to handle cases involving fair treatment of spousal support when high net worth is a factor.
Contact our offices to schedule a consultation with our team of family law attorneys.