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High Asset Divorce Archives

Don't fall for these three common traps in a high-asset divorce

Every divorce comes with challenges. For those with significant assets - such as family-owned businesses or hefty retirement accounts - the greatest challenges are typically financial in nature. Making the wrong decisions during the Ohio property division process can endanger your financial stability for many years to come.

Husband involved in high asset divorce flees the country

There are many facets to divorce that can be challenging to deal with. Some people in Ohio experience difficulties as they determine child custody assignments, divvy up marital property and determine child support or alimony payment schedules. When one spouse flees the country amid divorce proceedings, however, it can be even more challenging to finalize a divorce and move on.

Experts offer advice to reduce costs associated with divorce

When people in Ohio enter the union of marriage, it is unlikely that they do so with the intention to divorce later on in life. Rather, people more often enter a marriage relationship with a desire to stay together and love one another for the duration of their lives. The once simplistic idea of marriage today, however, is more complex and wrought with more challenges than ever before.

Celebrity marriages are often scrutinized; some end in divorce

Amidst all the fame and fortune that accompanies high-profile couples in Ohio, there is a sacrifice that may be more challenging to deal with than some people can endure: privacy. Living a life free from inquisitive public eyes and an intrusive paparazzi is something that many celebrities are not privy to. And when it comes to relationships, including marriages and divorce, star studded couples may often find themselves in the intense limelight of public scrutiny.

Celebrity marriages are often scrutinized; some end in divorce

Amidst all the fame and fortune that accompanies high-profile couples in Ohio, there is a sacrifice that may be more challenging to deal with than some people can endure: privacy. Living a life free from inquisitive public eyes and an intrusive paparazzi is something that many celebrities are not privy to. And when it comes to relationships, including marriages and divorce, star studded couples may often find themselves in the intense limelight of public scrutiny.

Second-to-die insurance policy: a dispute resolution for some

The concept of “gray divorce” has been discussed in previous posts. According to statisticians, it is a trend that is increasing in popularity among senior, or nearly senior, couples in Ohio and in other parts of the country. It impacts couples that have been married and stayed together amid wealth and poverty, health and illness, children and childlessness and then divorce as they enter their golden years.

Second-to-die insurance policy: a dispute resolution for some

The concept of “gray divorce” has been discussed in previous posts. According to statisticians, it is a trend that is increasing in popularity among senior, or nearly senior, couples in Ohio and in other parts of the country. It impacts couples that have been married and stayed together amid wealth and poverty, health and illness, children and childlessness and then divorce as they enter their golden years.

$2 billion Dodgers deal prompts ex-wife to appeal settlement

Dividing up the assets when a marriage in Ohio has ended is often complex and may require a third party to assist in their designation. Even when both parties are agreeable, divvying up these high value possessions is complicated, but when couples are quarrelsome, the process is especially challenging. This is particularly true when couples have significant assets like pensions, property, business assets, stock options, professional practices and the like.

$2 billion Dodgers deal prompts ex-wife to appeal settlement

Dividing up the assets when a marriage in Ohio has ended is often complex and may require a third party to assist in their designation. Even when both parties are agreeable, divvying up these high value possessions is complicated, but when couples are quarrelsome, the process is especially challenging. This is particularly true when couples have significant assets like pensions, property, business assets, stock options, professional practices and the like.

Divorce rumors plague celebrity couple

It seems as if Hollywood couples are constantly plagued by divorce rumors, and many times, these rumors turn out to be true. Why are people in Ohio so interested in the marital status of celebrities? One reason may be the fact that a high asset divorce can lead to a court battle over alimony, child support, and division of property.

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