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Various legal challenges may arise in a high asset divorce

On Behalf of | Mar 7, 2016 | Firm News |

Divorce is seldom easy, but most Washington couples try their bests to resolve issues in an as amicable and economically feasible fashion as possible. That is not always possible; however, and disputes often arise concerning property division, pensions or other issues in a high asset divorce. The key factors in obtaining a swift and favorable settlement often include assistance from an experienced negotiator.

Anyone considering filing for divorce is advised to act with caution and to make informed decisions when choosing a personal legal advocate. An experienced attorney will be prepared to help accomplish the legal goals of a client in a way that minimizes the financial impact of the situation. When retaining the services of an attorney, one will also want to make certain that the lawyer one has in mind has successfully litigated many high asset divorce cases.

Each state is governed by its own set of rules and regulations with regard to other issues often disputed in a high asset divorce. For instance, the court typically has a certain set of guidelines that it uses to decide matters involving child custody or visitation. Therefore, it is typically in one’s best interests to become familiar with the laws and guidelines in one’s own state before proceeding to court.

In a high asset divorce, sound legal counsel and experienced guidance are often crucial toward achieving a favorable outcome. There are often many options and means of negotiating an issue to avoid contention. It is often possible to settle a case without going to trial. Anyone in Washington seeking answers to questions regarding such matters can request a consultation with a family law attorney in the area.

Source: The Huffington Post, “Are You Prepared for Your Day in (Divorce) Court?“, Bari Zell Weinberger, Feb. 29, 2016