The town of Riverview, located in western Florida’s Hillsborough County, is a census-designated place situated near the coastal community of Bradenton.
The community, positioned to the south of Tampa, was originally founded in 1885 on the north shore of the Alafia River. It grew in the early 1940s after it absorbed the community of Peru, which was settled in the early 1830s on the opposite side of the river. The two communities were joined by river ferry until a bridge was constructed after the 1940s. The name Peru has been all but erased from most maps, except those mapping the early territory, and the community has been known as Riverview ever since.
Since the year 2000, Riverview has experienced rapid population growth. In 10 years, the population of the community rose nearly 500 percent, and the town is today home to more than 71,000 people and upwards of 27,500 households. The town itself measures less than 9.5 square miles, and features a diverse population, including Spanish, French and Italian speakers.
Since more than 60 percent of Riverview’s population is married, and Hillsborough County features some of the most attractive area codes along the Florida Gulf Coast, many area residents may boast high a net worth and/or require the services of a high net worth divorce attorney.
High Net Worth Divorce in Florida
Divorce proceedings can be difficult, regardless of the circumstances. However, when a divorce involves valuable assets, or individuals who boast a high net worth, it can bring a whole new set of complexities to the process. While some cases are less complex, especially those where net worth is held in a few, simple assets, that is not always the case. High net worth can come in the form of a number of complex, minority-owned or hard-to-value assets.
High net worth, or high-income, divorce can involve a number of scenarios and be defined by a number of characteristics, including, but not limited to:
- One or more business assets, including corporations, limited partnerships, partnerships, trusts, or real estate investments
- Real estate holdings or other intangible investments
- Family owned businesses
- Complex pensions
- Real estate rental properties
- Assets or debts that a party earned, accrued or received prior to the marriage
Complex financial issues can become difficult during divorce proceedings, especially if the divorce is not amicable. When the issue of alimony comes into play in these cases, it only adds further stress. Regardless of your financial savvy or your situation with your former spouse, it is always best to consult with an attorney who is experienced and well versed in high-income divorce proceedings.
If you or someone you love is facing a high net worth divorce, the attorneys at the Anton Legal Group can help. Our founder, David Anton, has an accounting and business background, and our legal team also consists of accounting experts that understand the nuances of high net worth divorce. We understand that you need to protect your interests, and are prepared to advocate on your behalf for the best possible outcome.
If you need assistance with your high-income divorce, we invite you to us a call today at (813) 443-5249 to schedule your initial consultation.
Directions to our tampa Family Law Attorneys From Riverview, FL
These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Total Est. Time: 23 mins
Total Est. Distance: 13.3 mi
- Head north on US-301 N toward Palmetto St
- Use the right lane to take the I-75 N/Florida 618 Toll W/FL-60 E ramp to Ocala/Brandon/Tampa
- Keep right at the fork, follow signs for FL-618 W/Tampa
- Continue onto FL-618 Toll
- Take exit 9 for 22nd Street toward Ybor City
- Turn right onto N 22nd St
- Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto US-41 BUS N/E Adamo Dr
- Turn right onto N 15th St
- Turn right onto E 9th Ave
- Destination will be on the right
We are located at:
1509 E. 9th Ave
Tampa, Florida 33605