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Broaching the subject of high asset divorce may impact outcomes

Over the years, some individuals in Kentucky may have accumulated a considerable amount of wealth alongside their spouses. The journey may have been an enjoyable one until marital issues began to get in the way. Now, some of those parties may be looking at a high asset divorce, but do not know how to broach the subject with their spouses.

Bringing up the desire to divorce is likely a subject that most people dread. If individuals want to hopefully avoid dramatic divorce proceedings in hopes of protecting their wealth or for other reasons, the manner in which the subject is brought up could make a considerable difference in how each party approaches the proceedings. Because this action means that both lives will drastically change, the person wanting to initiate divorce proceedings may want to make sure that he or she chooses the right time to break the news.

It may also prove wise to avoid any details regarding the divorce itself. The person who wants to begin the marriage dissolution process may have already been considering the possible outcomes for some time, but the desire for divorce may come as a shock for the other party. Therefore, it may help the situation to give the other party time to accept the news before bringing up ideas about how property should be divided or ideas for custody arrangements.

Every high asset divorce does not have to be filled with contention. Certainly, complications may arise due to the various assets involved, but if individuals can work together to come to terms, there may not be a need for drawn out legal proceedings. Kentucky residents who feel ready to move forward with the marriage dissolution process may want to consult with their legal counsel regarding their options.

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