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Protecting your wealth and possessions in a high asset divorce

| Jan 31, 2020 | High-asset Divorce

Divorce is quite common in Nebraska and throughout the country, but that doesn’t mean that the results of divorce cases are the same. In fact, most divorce cases are quite different because each divorcing couple has a unique relationship, as well as a unique amount of assets, possessions and debts that need to be addressed. Protecting those assets during a divorce, particularly in a high asset situation, is oftentimes the primary goal of both parties in the case.

Unfortunately, it is also the case that many couples go into a high asset divorce case with strong emotions and negative thoughts, which might translate into the desire to fight over every last possession at stake. While it is certainly understandable to experience these emotional reactions, it is also important for divorcing couples to remember that, at the end of the case, they will be permanently separated and will be able to go on with their separate lives. Vicious courtroom litigation isn’t always the best way to achieve that ultimate goal.

However, fighting to protect your rights during the property division part of a divorce case is crucial. After all, you have spent years building your wealth and assets. Certain concessions may need to be made in any given divorce case, but the property division aspect of the case can have an impact that lasts for years beyond the end of the case. Knowing your rights in these situations is the key when attempting to get a favorable result.

For more information, please visit property division and high asset divorce section of our law firm’s website At our law firm, we do our best to help our clients in Nebraska who are going through a high asset divorce and have a lot on the line.. Understanding one’s rights is the first step when it comes to navigating the divorce processes successfully.