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Trust Fund in Divorce

Unpacking the Complexities of Trust Funds in High-Net-Worth Divorces

By Crystal C. Spencer |

High-asset divorces are more complicated than divorces for couples of modest means, especially if trust funds are involved. A trust fund defines the formal relationship between the grantor, trustee (a third party), and beneficiary. An individual with assets transfers them into a trust, which defines who will manage the property if they cannot do… Read More »

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Protecting Intellectual Property Rights During a High Asset Divorce

By Crystal C. Spencer |

A high-asset divorce can bring particular complications to the settlement table.  Both parties will understandably want to retain what they consider their individual property, but a marital settlement in Florida will divide assets equitably. While intellectual property (IP) often cannot be divided, its future profits are a consideration for a divorcing couple. To retain… Read More »

Divorce and the Impact on Luxury Assets: Yachts, Jets, and Beyond

Divorce and the Impact on Luxury Assets: Yachts, Jets, and Beyond

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Like 40 other states, Florida views divorce through the lens of “equitable distribution.” Equitable distribution requires both spouses in a divorce to be transparent about their assets before they are divided in a divorce.  The process can become particularly complicated for high-net-worth individuals who have amassed a great deal in their lifetime, whether it… Read More »

High Asset Divorce

Navigating the Transfer of Real Estate During a High Asset Divorce

By Crystal C. Spencer |

A Florida divorce is one of the most stressful events you can endure. Many individuals would like to stay put in the family home, especially if children are involved, and one of the most frequent questions from divorcing couples is whether they can keep the home. The answer is it depends. Florida is an… Read More »

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