In a Wisconsin divorce, each spouse is required to issue a financial disclosure statement, which identifies all assets at hand. The list of assets Wisconsin couples are required to disclose include, but are not limited to, “real estate savings accounts, stocks and bonds, mortgages and notes, life insurance” and “retirement interests”. You can view more details about financial disclosure by examining the Wisconsin Statutes.

In a high asset divorce in particular, the stakes are high when dividing property. Many valuable assets are present. At Kowalski Family Law, we are able to provide an in-depth accounting of such assets. We work with professionals such as forensic accountants to uncover assets and ensure they are equitably divided according to Wisconsin’s community property laws, or according to the terms of your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement.

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