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Facebook can have a significant impact on a high asset divorce

Many Florida couples are looking for a way to end their marriage without engaging in the conflict and contention that so often defines the divorce process. In such cases, collaborative law offers a path that can make a high asset divorce far less stressful and expensive. When preparing for a collaborative divorce, it is important for spouses to recall the old adage "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," especially when it comes to their use of social media.

High asset divorce decisions may concern Florida residents

There are many concerns that Florida residents may confront as they go through divorce. If individuals are going through a high asset divorce, they may be particularly worried about the decisions they make as the process proceeds. It is not an unlikely action to second-guess choices made during divorce, and parties may wish to prepare for the emotional challenges that could arise.

Financial impact may be concern during Florida high asset divorce

Even individuals who have never gone through the process may know that divorce can be a trying time for anyone. As a result, many Florida residents who are facing separation may be concerned about the process, especially if considerable net worth is involved. High asset divorce could lead to substantial financial concerns for the divorcing parties, and therefore, they may wish to keep certain factors in mind. 

High asset divorce may stem from feelings of contempt in Florida

Relationships often go through high points and low points. Unfortunately for some Florida residents, their low points could dip considerably and become in danger of staying there. As a result, individuals may begin to harbor negative feelings toward their spouses as a result of unresolved issues or other factors. In worst case scenarios, the feeling of contempt could signal the need for divorce. For individuals with a considerable net worth, they may be particularly concerned with high asset divorce issues.

Professional financial advice is crucial during a divorce

When you're going through a divorce, you wouldn't share a family law attorney with your estranged spouse. You shouldn't share a financial advisor either. Regardless of how amicable your divorce may be, you have to start looking out for yourself and your own financial well-being.

When it comes to divorce, it can be wise to keep issues private

When two people are ending their marriage, they can be very focused on protecting their privacy. You may not want let people in on what is typically a very difficult and emotionally charged event. You may even try to shield family members and/or kids from the messy details of why you are divorcing and what the terms of your settlement are.

Tips for making complex asset division more civil

One of the most contentious aspects of any divorce is linked to the division of martial assets. Money can be a symbol of anything from financial security to compensation for marital contributions and many people are willing to fight tooth-and-nail for what they feel they deserve.

Divorce can get uglier when spouses try to hide assets

Couples who have amassed a great deal of money during their marriage can be understandably nervous about what will happen to all these assets in the event of a divorce. Of course there are people who have a prenuptial agreement in place or enough separate assets that they don't need to worry as much about the process of dividing significant assets, but it can still be a very stressful situation.

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