Posts tagged "High-Asset Divorce"
A previous post on this blog talked about how Omaha men can protect their business assets via a premarital agreement. Indeed, in some cases, one's business partners can even insist that a man execute a premarital agreement before tying the knot just to make sure the enterprise is protected from the fallout of a high-asset divorce.
One of the nicest perks that many Omaha men enjoy at their jobs is fringe benefits. Many, if not most, people get some sort of fringe benefits, even if it is only paid vacation. However, particularly among executives and professionals, other lucrative benefits may be available as well. For instance, a man may get the benefit of using a company car even for his personal transportation. In other cases, he may be able to use stock options to buy company stock at a below-market price, thus making hundreds if not thousands of dollars almost instantly.
A previous post on this blog talked about how more people, particularly those in the Millennial generation, are choosing to live together either before marriage or even with no plans to marry at all.
A previous post on this blog talked about how men in Nebraska, for a number of reasons including divorce, may need to get an estimate on the value of their share in a family business or other small enterprise.
Many men in the Omaha area provide for their families in part by buying additional properties and then either re-selling them or renting them to tenants. These properties may be other homes in Douglas County or Sarpy County, or they may be commercial property.
In general, a Nebraska divorce will be governed by the property division and child custody and visitation laws of this state. However, for those many men and women who are serving their country in the Omaha area, their divorce or legal separation may involve some unique complications because of their active duty status.
When an Omaha, Nebraska, couple gets divorced, they are both going to have to navigate through some financial obstacles. After all, assuming they will live in separate homes, they each will have to handle all household expenses on their own, without the income or help of their former spouse. There are other ways in which divorce is costly as well.
In the event of a divorce or a separation, a father who does not care for his child at least half of the time will likely be ordered to pay child support to the child's mother. Many dads are more than happy to do so with the expectation that their money will go to help their child.
For many in the Omaha area, their retirement plan is one of their most important financial assets. With some consistency, it can become a source of great wealth. Moreover, there is an emotional component to a retirement plan as well, as many feel they worked very hard for that money and do not want to part with it.