In a Wisconsin divorce, property is divided according to community property laws.

This means that marital property is split 50/50. In a high asset divorce, there is no exception, unless a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is present. 

In a high asset divorce where many valuable assets exist, it is important to seek the aid of professional to ensure an accurate valuation of such assets. Even if one asset is not accounted for, it could impact the quality of your life post-divorce. At Kowalski Family Law, we provide a thorough accounting of your assets, working with professionals such as forensic accountants to uncover assets. 

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