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Getting a high-asset divorce to work in your favor

All divorces are extremely stressful and take a great deal of emotional willpower. However, when you are involved in a high-asset divorce, there is much more at stake, and there is more complexity. This is why it is important to make sure that you are fully prepared and know how to make a case for what you deserve.

Dealing with a difficult spouse during divorce

Divorce is almost always going to involve a certain amount of conflict. There will be emotions of anger, bitterness and grief that can be difficult to resolve. But when your spouse is acting especially difficult and refusing to cooperate with your best efforts to move forward, it can be difficult to know what to do next.

Think twice before hiding assets during divorce

When people are going through a divorce and arguments over splitting assets get heated, a common natural reaction is for each person involved to go into survival mode. This means that they want to try and preserve as much for themselves as possible. In order to achieve this, they can go to extreme lengths, including hiding assets in off-shore bank accounts, sometimes doing this over the years that they were anticipating an eventual divorce.

Do I have the right to hide my assets during divorce?

During any divorce, things almost never go smoothly. There are many aspects to parting ways, and aside from the emotional factors, there are the issues of finances and the division of assets. If you are a couple with high assets, this can be particularly problematic. If you are the spouse that generally earns more and has been responsible for acquiring the majority of the wealth, you might feel that it's unfair to agree to a 50/50 split.

Divorce property division may include TSPs

Federal employees in Colorado who plan to divorce need to determine how to divide their Thrift Savings Plans. Since there are not any federal laws that govern the process, family court judges will apply state law in the event that the couple is unable to reach an agreement.

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