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Don't let assumptions throw off outcomes of high asset divorce

Many people in Kentucky and elsewhere have a hard time understanding finances in a variety of areas. However, when individuals are going through a high asset divorce, understanding finances can make a considerable difference in the outcomes of the cases. Women in particular may want to try to avoid certain surprises that could affect them during and after their legal proceedings.

In divorce, and many other areas of life, making assumptions can often have negative impacts. A couple of assumptions that some women may make is that the child support or alimony that they receive will be higher than the end result actually is and assuming that they will automatically get to keep the marital home after divorce. When these assumed outcomes do not occur, individuals can face a number of financial setbacks.

Additionally, some women may not anticipate having to return to work after divorce. They may think that they can survive on alimony, but again, that amount may not be as much as they think. Plus, they may need to return to work in order to counteract the costs that they faced during the divorce itself, which is not usually an inexpensive endeavor. They could also end up facing more debt than anticipated as marital debts are also divided during divorce.

Ending a marriage, especially in a high asset divorce, can have a number of financial impacts. Understanding the marital finances can often help individuals determine their best options for working toward the divorce outcomes they desire. Kentucky residents who are concerned with specific aspects of their cases may wish to consult with their legal counsel in order to obtain reliable guidance.

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