Divorce When You Have A High Net Worth: 3 Things To Consider
4 April 2016
While no one enters into a marriage thinking that it will end in divorce, it's important that you are prepared to deal with the problems a divorce can create. For individuals with a high net worth, divorce can present some unique challenges when it comes to dissolving a marriage.
Here are three things that you should consider before finalizing your divorce arrangement if you (or your spouse) have a high net worth.
Avoid These 5 Financial Pitfalls During Your Divorce
22 March 2016
Divorce is a time of great upheaval, and it's only natural to be stressed out and emotional. You may not be placing a high priority on your financial situation at this time, but failing to do so could mean making mistakes that could haunt you and your childrens' lives for some time. Taking the time to do some planning now, before your divorce is final, could create opportunities that pave the way for a healthier financial picture in the future.
Using Insanity As Grounds For A Divorce
17 March 2016
Insanity or mental illness is an acceptable ground for divorce. However, it comes with some potential complications that you should know before making your divorce application. Here are three such complications:
The Required Level of Proof Is Challenging
Because insanity is such a devastating and complicated health condition, you would think that it would be easy to divorce a mentally ill spouse. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth.
Three Signs Your Divorce Will Require A Divorce Attorney
16 March 2016
Some divorces go as smoothly as planned, while others tend to blow up in a big way. How can you tell which one yours is likely to be? Will your spouse stick to the agreement and allow you to have an uncontested divorce, or change his or her mind at the last minute? It really depends on circumstances and the relationship itself as well as your personalities. Here are some signs you may observe in the situation or relationship that could indicate that an amicable divorce isn't in the cards.