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A high asset divorce can result in major tax changes

The end of a marriage brings countless changes. One aspect of life that may be impacted the most by a high asset divorce is one's finances. Florida residents who are preparing to divorce, may benefit from reviewing how it will affect their future tax filings.

Refinancing after a high asset divorce may be beneficial

Once the "I Do's" turn to I am done, there are many matters to be addressed. A divorce is an emotionally complicated time, and it may be most helpful to both parties if they can approach it as a business transaction that can be handled as dispassionately as possible. Florida residents who are facing a high asset divorce may benefit from seeking the skilled assistance of a family law attorney.

Can tech surveillance help in high asset divorce?

Many Florida spouses are aware that there are numerous technological tools that can be used to gather information on another person. Faced with a high asset divorce, it can be tempting to leverage those tools to gather information about the activities of one's soon-to-be ex. It's important to work closely with an attorney before attempting any type of tech surveillance, as some efforts could be in violation of the law. 

Appeal filed in high-profile, high asset divorce case

Many Florida readers will recall media coverage of the divorce between the founder of Cancer Treatment Centers of America and his much younger wife. The divorce was finalized, but the wife has filed an appeal in the high asset divorce case. She wants the court to reconsider how her former husband's assets were valued. 

8-year high asset divorce case complete

Florida residents may recall media coverage of a high-profile divorce between the wealthy founder of Cancer Treatment Centers of America and his wife of 26 years. The couple have been separated for 10 years, and have been negotiating the details of their high asset divorce case for the past eight years. Unable to reach a settlement outside of court, the couple finally achieved resolution through a legal proceeding.

Marital settlement agreements and high asset divorce

When a Florida couple has achieved a significant degree of wealth, a great deal of effort is often placed in securing those assets from loss. That includes losses that occur during high asset divorce. Many a wealthy man or woman has watched his or her assets take a significant hit after a marriage fails. In some cases, those losses are sustained after only a few years of marriage, and when one party contributed far more to the base of marital wealth than the other.

Father of 2 tennis stars facing high asset divorce battle

Florida residents who follow tennis will recognize the names Venus and Serena Williams. Both women have created astounding careers for themselves, and have become some of the most recognizable names and faces in the world of sports. Many tennis fans are aware that their father, Richard Williams, was instrumental in pushing them to achieve and surpass their goals at early ages. Richard Williams is currently in the news not in relation to his superstar daughters, however, but based on his upcoming high asset divorce.

Quiet sale of art in the early stages of this high asset divorce

Many Florida readers are aware of the divorce between billionaire Harry Macklowe and his wife of 58 years. Their story has gained a great deal of media coverage, both due to the length of their marriage and the odd twists and turns in their high asset divorce. Now, the dissolution of their marriage is once again front page news after claims that Macklowe is quietly selling high dollar art in an effort to keep assets away from his wife.

Tech entrepreneurs and the risk of high asset divorce

Anyone can experience the end of a marriage, no matter their age, level of education, occupation or wealth. For some people, however, the complexity of a high asset divorce can be greater than many others experience. One industry in which divorces can become very challenging is in the tech fields. That is especially true for those in Florida who achieve high levels of success early on in their careers.

During high asset divorce, stress should be managed

A great deal of research has been directed at examining the way that stress affects the human mind and body. Researchers agree that going through a significantly stressful event, such as the death of a loved one or a high asset divorce, can cause a drastic spike in stress levels. That can have a number of negative impacts on daily function, which is why it is so important for Florida residents to take steps to control stress.

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