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Can A Courtroom Battle Be Avoided In A High Asset Divorce?

On behalf of Tasha K. Schaffner of Schaffner Family Law posted in divorce on Tuesday, May 30, 2017.

Did you accumulate significant assets both before and during your marriage? Do you own a business? Are you now facing a high asset divorce? If so, you have a lot at stake in a Kentucky divorce. It may be in your best interests to try to avoid a courtroom battle.

You may believe that it would be easier just to give in and give your spouse whatever he or she has asked for just to make sure that the proceedings don’t degrade into a contentious court battle. However, you may not need to go to those lengths in order to avoid having a judge make decisions on your behalf. You could retain control over the property division process and come to an agreement with which both of you are satisfied.

Finding a knowledgeable family law attorney who understands the complexities of property division could help you find solutions that keep you out of court and preserve as much of your assets as possible. With a skilled negotiator, you could still provide for your spouse in a manner in which the court will approve. If you own a business, keeping your spouse from obtaining an interest in it could also be accomplished.

You could enlist the help of a Kentucky attorney who prepares for the worst and hopes for the best. In some high asset divorce cases, negotiations do break down and the parties end up in court. Ensuring that your attorney will vigorously fight for your rights whether at the negotiating table or in court could provide you with the peace of mind that you need.

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