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3 tips for anybody entering a high asset divorce

On Behalf of | Nov 16, 2017 | Family Law |

You have worked hard your whole life, and you enjoy the success that resulted from your hard work. If you are currently dealing with the stress of a divorce, it can be overwhelming to deal with the life changes you are undergoing as well as the pressure to maintain your assets. You do not want to see the fruits of your labor drained by your ex as your marriage comes to an end. 

According to the Huffington Post, states divide marital assets either by equitable distribution or community property. Regardless of which state you are in, if you have high assets, you should take the following tips into consideration as you approach your divorce.

1. Identify all of your assets

The first step to protecting your assets is identifying them. Keep in mind that courts may consider any possession of considerable an asset, so this generally includes vehicles, property, businesses, boats, and less valuable items, such as jewelry or computers. Take an inventory of all assets owned between you and your spouse.

2. Seek sound legal advice

It is imperative you seek legal advice if you are attempting to divorce and protect your assets. A qualified attorney will be able to help you navigate the process and protect your savings while doing so. As a high-asset individual, if you proceed with the divorce and do not consult with an attorney, you risk losing your fortune and putting yourself in a vulnerable situation.

3. Consider your privacy

Protecting your assets is one of the top concerns you likely have for your divorce, but you might also want to protect your privacy. Any legal ordeal — including divorce — can include some uncomfortable probing processes. When it comes to your finances, you may prefer to avoid this. Considering mediation may offer a faster solution and spare you the imposition of going to court.

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