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Navigating the complications of a High Asset divorce

On Behalf of | Feb 25, 2015 | High-Asset Divorce

Couples who are facing a High Asset divorce may find it beneficial to prepare before beginning legal proceedings. There are many things that should be considered when preparing for a High Asset divorce, but any Ohio individual can seek the guidance of an attorney, even before filing for divorce. When a person receives valuable guidance and advice even before a High Asset divorce, the process is often smoother and less complicated than it would have been otherwise. 

In some cases, the division of assets will be dictated by a prenuptial agreement. If an individual would like to challenge the terms of these legal agreements or better understand his or her right to fight for certain assets, a lawyer can help explain possibilities. If there is no prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, it is extremely important for an Ohio individual to have assistance in order to ensure a reasonable and fair distribution of marital assets. 

A dissolution, or uncontested divorce, is still an option for couples with a significant amount of wealth. With the assistance of experienced counsel, negotiations and compromise can allow a couple to move through the process quickly and without contentious legal battles. With any type of divorce, it is important to have an accurate valuation of assets and an accurate summation of joint and separate property. We can help with any type of divorce and protect the rights of our clients during a complex legal process. 

From equitable division of retirement funds to protecting an inheritance, we have experience with complicated financial divorce issues. Certain members of our team can even act as a mediator, helping couples resolve certain issues and avoid litigation. Whatever your divorce needs may be, we can help. Contact us to learn more about your options during a High Asset divorce.

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