Video: High Net-Worth Divorce

 [GRAPHIC: Phyllis G. Bossin CO. L.P.A., Premiere Family Law Services, Ohio 513-421-4420, BossinLaw.com] [GRAPHIC: Phyllis G. Bossin, Family Law Attorney] Phyllis Bossin: In a high asset case you might have a CEO with very, very complicated compensation plans with all sorts of variations on stock options and restricted stock and retirement plans that are qualified, retirement plans that are nonqualified, golden parachutes. There’s a lot of aspects to executive compensation that are complicated. We try to stay on top of understanding those issues. They’re very complicated and it really takes a good understanding of tax law, benefits law, and just understanding employee and executive compensation. Oftentimes high asset cases involve real estate that’s not in the city where the case is pending so there are second or third homes in various and sundry places. Some of them are not even in the United States so you have evaluation issues regarding real estate in resort areas or out of the country. At our firm we routinely deal with these cases. We are extremely comfortable dealing with the myriad of issues that arise in these types of cases. [GRAPHIC: Phyllis G. Bossin CO. L.P.A., Premiere Family Law Services, Ohio 513-421-4420, BossinLaw.com] [End of Audio]