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High Asset Divorce Archives

Know what you and your ex have to do to divorce

Going through a divorce is something that puts your problems at the center of attention. People might be curious about why you and your spouse are splitting up. This can be hard to deal with, but this is a time when you really need to place your focus on the legal matters that come along with the end of a marriage.

Know what to consider in a high-asset divorce

We recently discussed what you need to know when you divide up retirement accounts in a high-asset divorce. This isn't the only consideration that you will have in these divorces. You also need to think about assets, such as investment accounts and real estate holdings. You might even have a business that needs to be addressed in the divorce.

Know what you need to split retirement accounts in divorce

One thing that some divorced couples have to think about is retirement accounts. This is sometimes a huge consideration, but since they are only in one person's name, it takes a special order to get this transferred to the other party if this is part of the divorce settlement.

Know about asset and debt division in divorce

A high-asset divorce presents a challenge in many cases simply because of the complexities of the assets and debts. Many people remember that they will have to divide up the marital assets, but you will likely have to divide up the debts too. This might not be as fun as dividing the assets.

Don't make these common divorce mistakes

Divorcing your ex is something that you might want to be done and over with as quickly as possible. While it is easy to understand why you might feel this way, it is imperative that you don't do anything that might ruin your chance to start out your new life in the best way possible.

How can I protect myself if I find out my spouse is a criminal?

You found the love of your life and you decide to get married. Not too long after the wedding, you find out that the person you married isn't who you thought. You married a criminal and didn't have any idea. Where do you go from here?

Don't let the cost of keeping assets drown you

We previously discussed how drug abuse can impact child custody cases. If you recall, this point can have a huge impact on what happens with every aspect of the divorce settlement. Child custody and property division are two areas in which drug abuse might have the biggest impact. We know that you might have some questions about your case, even if drugs aren't a factor in the case.