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High Asset Divorce Archives

How do I protect my money in a divorce?

Getting divorced in Florida is not as taboo as it once was. With millions of people divorcing each year, it has become a common topic across the country. Many people worry about how much money they will lose in their divorce to their former spouse, which is why we are taking a look at how to protect that money in today's post.

Protect your finances during a high asset divorce

Divorce is not easy for anyone, even if you acknowledge that the marriage has not been solid for quite some time. Whether you have prepared for the divorce for years or came to the realization recently, you will want to protect your finances as much as possible. Divorce is a nasty process, even if both of you agree it is time to end the marriage. Here's how you can protect your finances during a high asset divorce.

Florida Supreme Court rules on marriage property dispute

The Florida Supreme Court recently issued an opinion on a case involving marriage property dispute. The ruling is awaiting final decision. The court ruled that there was intent of action by the husband in the divorce of a couple that married in 1987 and filed for divorce in 2010.

How is grey divorce different from traditional divorce?

When a couples who are later in life choose to divorce, the process presents specific complications that younger divorcing couples may not need to consider. So called "grey divorce" refers to divorces between spouses who are about 65 years old or older, and requires special consideration from all parties involved to ensure a fair, tenable settlement.

Chief executive officer of Turner involved in ugly divorce

The chief executive officer (CEO) of Turner, which oversees CNN, is embattled in an ugly divorce from his wife of five years. John K. Martin Jr. is the chairman and CEO of Turner. He also oversees the business CNN conducts. The couple wed back in 2012 at the Mandarin Oriental New York.

Preparation is key if your divorce case goes to court

Most divorcing couples work to resolve their issues, with the help of their attorneys, outside of court. Litigated divorces can be stressful, time-consuming and expensive. However, sometimes couples reach an impasse on an issue such as child custody, support or property division that neither one feels they can compromise on. They then turn to a judge to settle the matter.

When can you claim head of household tax status after divorce?

If you are a parent who separated or divorced in 2016, it's essential to ensure that you accurately reflect the changes in your life when you file your taxes. One important change that you'll likely need to make is your filing status.

Protecting your ideas in a prenuptial agreement

Today, it's not uncommon for millennials, raised in a generation where divorce was not unusual, to draw up prenuptial agreements before marrying. However, many are including an asset rarely addressed in prenups of the past -– their ideas, or, more specifically, intellectual property.

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