Dividing assets in divorce can lead to serious disagreements. While this might be a contentious area, remembering that you have to get this settled so you can legally end your marriage might help you to compromise. Just remember that you don't want to agree to a settlement that puts you in a bad position.
There are many different assets that might have to be worked through in a high asset divorce. These include things like real estate and vehicles, but it also includes other assets like art collections and collectibles. Because of this, you should decide at the beginning of the case what assets you want to fight for and which ones you don't mind handing over to your ex. This gives you a general guide for handling things during the negotiations.
As you are going through the assets, remember that you are also going to have to divide debts. You might decide that you want to hang on to a couple of assets that you can get quick cash from so you can pay your share of the debts. The last thing that you need to do is to walk away with a bunch of assets that won't help you. Try to balance what is going to help you now with what will help you in the future.
We know that you might be concerned about how you are going to make everything even out. We can work with you to make sure that you aren't getting an unfair settlement. You have to protect your interests now because your ex will be trying to protect theirs.