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The high net worth divorce requires the skill of a more experienced lawyer focused on the area of divorce and property division. Our high net worth divorce attorneys are able to manage complex issues and obtain a divorce agreement that is right for you.

What areas can issues arise with High Net Worth Divorce Cases?

High Net Worth Divorces cases tend to deal with a variety of complex issues that not just any attorney can understand, such as:

  • Income
  • Finances
  • Investments
  • Retirement
  • Business ownership
  • Taxes
  • Debt
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Support

Greta Hoffman has been practicing in the area of divorce since 2002. Her experience on these issues is vast. Her team of associates are also experienced and capable in these areas, and together, they are able to review the law with you to help you make decisions that will move your case forward as fast as possible.

Areas to understand before your consult:
Partnerships, deferred compensation, and stock options:

Many of our clients have had personal businesses or have held senior level positions in large corporations. We use experts to obtain valuations, profits, compensation, and projections into the future. We use this information to negotiate terms of a settlement if possible, or to present as evidence at final hearing.


Real estate can include a primary residence, vacation homes and investment properties. It will be important to determine how the properties were purchased, their current value, who will receive them, and how will they be maintained.


Retirement can include pensions, profit-sharing, 401k’s, IRA’s 403B’s and much more. We want to examine all retirement accounts contributed to during the marriage by both parties. All retirement savings can be valued and divided so that your interests are protected.


We are looking for stocks, bonds, mutual funds, certificates of deposit, bank accounts, children’s accounts, time-shares, insurances, collectibles, and any other type of investments. The amount that was invested prior to and during the marriage is important information.

Prenuptial and post nuptial agreements:

A detailed review of these documents will help us understand agreements you may have made with your spouse prior to or even during the marriage. While you may have believed your agreement to be “air-tight”, changes in the law may have invalidated part or all of your document since it’s signing. If so, we will look for ways to legally protect you in a different manner. It is crucial for your attorney to have extensive knowledge of how these agreements came into being. The law can work in your favor.

Complicated tax structures and planning:

If you have substantial wealth, we will help you plan appropriately and avoid significant tax exposure. The financial details of your divorce should be scrutinized by a legal team and your accountants in order to limit your tax liability as much as possible.

Come in for a low-cost consultation and learn how our experienced and qualified high net worth divorce attorneys can help protect you. We will answer your questions, help you gather the documents you need, and review your financial circumstances that may uncover details about your marriage you may not have even known.


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7348 US 42, Suite 202, Florence, KY 41042

Hoffman Walker & Smith is located in Florence, KY and serves clients in and around Erlanger, Florence, Ft Mitchell, Burlington, Union, Hebron, Independence, Walton, Covington, Kenton, Latonia, Petersburg, Newport, Morning View, Verona, Fort Thomas, Bellevue, Silver Grove, Dayton, Boone County, Campbell County, Gallatin County, Grant County, Kenton County and Pendleton County.

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