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High-asset, high-conflict divorce may leave you with high stress

Going through divorce likely does not count as many individuals' idea of an enjoyable process. You, as a person with substantial wealth and considerable assets at stake, undoubtedly dread the idea of ending your marriage, especially if your spouse has a high-conflict personality. This personality may have contributed to your desire to dissolve the marriage, and unfortunately, your divorce process could face significant complications due to the likelihood of numerous conflicts.

Infidelity in marriage may lead to fraud in high-asset divorce

Divorce, under any circumstances, is an emotional process -- especially if the divorce follows infidelity. Along with feelings of anger and betrayal, you may suspect your unfaithful spouse of financial misbehavior, such as hiding assets. This type of fraud is more prevalent in high-asset divorces that are not uncommon in the Plano, Dallas and McKinney areas in Texas.

High Income And The So-Called Friendly Divorce

Sometimes, spouses may come to the realization that their marriage is not going to last. At that point, they must grapple with many issues and decisions. If you are facing a divorce in Texas, an experienced family law attorney can help you understand what you are up against.

Staying rational during a high-asset divorce

Regardless of the reasons, going through a divorce can be a highly emotional and energy draining process. The time between making the decision to divorce and obtaining a final divorce decree can be long, stressful and difficult, especially in cases involving significant amounts of assets.

Divorcing in Texas? Don't Hesitate to Protect Your Assets.

When people divorce in Texas, the law requires that their community property be divided between them in a way that is "just and right." The reality, though, is that a "just and right" split is not always a 50/50 split, and you may need an aggressive and experienced lawyer on your side to help you retain the full value of the assets to which you are entitled.

Texas family law attorneys provide legal counsel on adoption

No two divorces are the same. Some divorce issues may see alike but each divorce has its own set of complexities. For example, high asset divorces involve many more financial issues than other divorces. A Texas resident on the divorce path should consult with a family law attorney in all divorce matters to make the journey easier.

Finding hidden assets during divorce often requires legal advice

A divorce may involve many complex issues such as child custody, child support, and property division. When a divorce in Dallas, Texas, gets testy, a spouse may try to hide assets. If the spouse manages to do so, then it would be very difficult for the other partner to achieve a fair property settlement. A partner who wishes to resolve this dispute will need to engage an attorney who specializes in settling property division disputes.

High asset divorce concludes with billions in the balance

When a couple in Dallas decides to end their marriage, they are likely to have numerous issues that must be hashed out. This is especially true if it is a high asset divorce. There might be prenuptial agreements to sift through and other divorce legal issues that will arise as a couple with significant assets in dispute moves forward in the divorce. When these divorces occur, they can grow contentious with legal wrangling dragging the process out.

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