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Keeping a High Asset Divorce Civil

Keeping High Asset Divorces Civil There is a lot at stake in a high asset divorce. Couples may have more investments, property, cash, collectibles, and business ownership interests. High asset divorces can also reach higher levels of tension, acrimony, anger, and revenge. We’ve all seen some high-profile examples of high asset divorces played out in courtrooms, […]

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Tips For Choosing a High Asset Divorce Attorney

If you and/or your spouse have significant financial assets, and you seem to be heading toward a divorce, your choice in legal representation is critical. After all, there can be plenty at stake. Savings, investments, real estate, cars, collectibles, memberships, and more can quickly amount to millions of dollars in value. This doesn’t even consider the cloud […]

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What Do You Want Your Marriage to Be Like?

In the post-war years of the 1950s, the average age of men when they first married was just over 22 years. During that same time, the average woman was just over 20 when she wed. That pretty much stayed the same through the 1970s, when the average male was 24.7 years old and the average woman […]

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Prenuptial Agreements: How to Get Started

One of the most difficult parts of a prenuptial agreement, or even a postnuptial agreement for that matter, may simply be getting started. Some of us grew up in an era when pre and postnuptial agreements were viewed as something for only the rich and famous. Others viewed them as a sign of mistrust or […]

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Prenuptial Agreements: Casto vs Casto

One of the significant, most noted and referred to legal cases involving core premises of prenup and postnup agreements is Florida case involving Casto vs Casto. The couple first married in 1964 and had their marriage dissolved in 1966. After the couple remarried in 1967, the husband began successfully investing in shopping centers while the wife was not […]

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High Asset Divorce: Business Valuation Part 2

In Part 1 of our two-part blog on the impact of businesses and business valuations in high-asset divorces, we talked about its complexities and importance. We discussed the three basic methods of valuating businesses. Here, we will revisit the three methods and discuss why and where they may work best. We will also take a […]

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High Asset Divorce: Business Valuation Part 1

High-asset divorce cases can be very complicated for a variety of reasons. Many high-asset couples can have multiple financial and real estate assets that themselves can be complex to discover and properly valuate. There can be an assortment of assets, including cash savings, stocks, bonds, real estate, life insurance policies, retirement funds, annuities, inheritances, collectibles, […]

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High Asset Divorce: What is a Forensic Accountant?

High Asset Divorce: What Is a Forensic Accountant It probably is no surprise that all divorces are different. Some can be straight-forward and relatively simple; others may involve children and complex issues. High-asset divorces, for example, generally involve significant financial resources. This means that at least financially, there is a lot at stake. In a high-asset […]

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Prenups Are Not Just for the Wealthy

Prenups are NOT Just for the Wealthy One of the biggest misconceptions about prenuptial agreements is that they are just for the wealthy. This misperception is understandable based on news media coverage of some of the Hollywood-style divorces. Even recent breakups of some of the world’s wealthiest people have put the focus on prenup agreements […]

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If I Move Is My Prenuptial Agreement Still Valid?

Is My Prenup Agreement Valid If I Move? In our mobile society, it is more important than ever to be aware of the changes that can occur in your life if you were to move to another state or even another country. Automobile registration policies will likely be different, taxes will be different, and if […]