Some people will decide that the start of 2019 is the best time to file for divorce, After all, it’s a new year and a good time for a fresh start. If you decide to do this, make sure that you plan for it now. This is especially important if you and your soon-to-be ex have vast assets.
High-asset divorces are often more complicated than others since you have to divide all the marital assets. Part of this is determining which are community assets and which are owned separately. You also have to worry about the value of the assets as you prepare to divide them.
We know that you might not be prepared to handle the situation. This is a trying time for you as you face the end of your marriage and have to work through the property division, child custody and other facets that might be present in your divorce. We can help you find solutions when there are challenges.
It is a good idea to try to obtain copies of bank statements and other documentation that shows information about the assets. Not only will you need this to fill out the forms for the divorce, but it also helps to ensure that your ex isn’t leaving any information off of their forms.
It is imperative that you protect your interests throughout this process. This can be hard to do when you are going through the emotional challenges that come with the divorce. We are here to help you out as your case moves forward.