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High Asset Divorce Archives

Handling debts and assets in divorce

Amassing assets is common when a couple is married, but this can lead to some very difficult discussions when a divorce occurs. Typically, the property division process in these cases will begin with some of the larger assets; however, this might actually make things more difficult.

Property division is a priority in grey divorce

Divorcing when you have decades of marriage under your belt is a challenge. Not only do you have to go through the division of all the assets you've amassed during the marriage but you also have to deal with the emotional facts of walking away after all that time.

How January turns into 'divorce month' every year

It's no accident that January has become widely known as "divorce month" in legal circles everywhere. Every year, a large number of couples decide to call quits on their marriage as soon as New Year's Day is over. In fact, Google indicates that "divorce" peaks as a search term somewhere between Jan. 6 and Jan. 12 -- most likely as soon as a lot of couples manage to pull down their Christmas decorations.

You might need a financial expert on your divorce team

When you are going through a high-asset divorce, one of the primary concerns you have is making sure that you protect your finances. There are several things that can impact your financial future after a divorce, but they aren't always easy to spot when you are dealing with the stress of the split. One mistake that some people make is failing to hire a financial planner to help them understand how various decisions will impact their future.

Tips for reducing the stress you feel during a divorce

Going through a divorce means that you have to make major life decisions during a very stressful time in your life. It is imperative that you mentally prepare for this so that you don't end up making choices that you regret. If you are in this spot, make sure that you carefully consider each option that you have, so you can do what you feel is in your best interests.

Detach from emotions during property division

High asset divorces are often challenging because of the value and number of assets that have to go through the property division process. There is a chance that it is going to take multiple sessions to get things in order for the divorce to reach the final stage. When you are going through this, there is one major thing that you need to avoid – allowing your emotions to govern your choices.

High-asset divorces are a bit easier with a prenuptial agreement

People who have considerable assets when they are getting married need to have a prenuptial agreement. This helps to ensure that they are protected if the marriage doesn't last. The agreement outlines the terms of how things will be divided in a divorce, so each party must understand the terms before they sign. With very few exceptions, prenuptial agreements are enforced by the court.

Valuation in divorce can become a complex undertaking

Asset valuation is one of the biggest things to consider when you are negotiating the property division during a divorce. It is imperative that you understand some basic information about what happens during the process so that you can make decisions that are in your best interests.

Retirement accounts and divorce: Know the options

When you are going through a divorce, you might have retirement investments or pension plans that demand attention. Dividing these can be a complex undertaking, so you must ensure that you know exactly what you need to do, so you can receive your portion of these assets.

High-asset divorces might take some extra work

A high-asset divorce is one that is associated with considerable assets. Dividing these can be complicated, but it has to happen if you are going to have the divorce finalized. There are many things that you need to do to ensure that everything is taken care of.