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Rushing a high asset divorce may be financial, emotional issue

When Kentucky residents are going through a difficult situation, they often find themselves just wishing it was over. However, when those parties are going through a high asset divorce, moving quickly may not be the best route to follow. There are numerous aspects to consider when ending a marriage, and rushing could lead to regrettable agreements.

For instance, moving too quickly and making hasty decisions could cause considerable financial upset. Though it may seem more desirable to simply agree to any terms in hopes of getting the divorce over with more quickly, an individual could end up on the line for an ex's finances -- such as paying his or her rent or mortgage. Even if the rent may not be much at the time of the divorce, a person could hurt financially if an ex moves to a more expensive living area.

Rushing the divorce proceedings may also not allow individuals to go through the emotional journey attached to the situation as needed. Parties may quickly agree to a settlement, but due to unaddressed emotional issues, a person could still feel the need to argue and fight with an ex even after the divorce has been finalized. When this happens, disagreements over the settlement could come about, and individuals could find themselves back in court.

Because there can be much at stake in high asset divorce cases, taking the time to properly address concerns and issues could save time, money and emotional hardships later on. Each case has its own set of difficulties; therefore, Kentucky residents would want to ensure that they assess their circumstances effectively. By doing so, they may find it easier to determine the best approach to their cases.

Source: The Huffington Post, "Rushing This In Your Divorce Can Give You Heartburn", Morghan Leia Richardson, July 17, 2017

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