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Protecting yourself during a high asset divorce

The process of a divorce is not always easy. Both sides must make efforts to resolve issues and problems. They have to make certain that each spouse's wishes are met or that resolutions are made to make the process as easy as possible. When decisions cannot be mutually agreed upon, it ultimately is for the courts to decide.

When it comes to issues regarding children, such as child custody, it is it the court's goal to make certain that the best interests of the children are met. When it comes to financial factors, such as child support and spousal support, or alimony, the courts will look at several factors, including the current living condition of the spouses and children, to try to make sure post-marriage changes to lifestyles are minimal.

This may become even more of a factor when it comes to high asset divorces. It is not uncommon for one spouse to be the primary source of financial support for the family. When it involves a high asset divorce with no prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, the decision may affect one spouse more than the other. It is during times like this that each spouse must protect themselves, their finances and the well-being of children by knowing their legal options.

At our law firm, we serve clients throughout Houston, Texas and the Cy-Fair area with all aspects of family law and estate planning. We take pride in working closely with our clients to understand their situations and concerns to make certain that their individual needs and goals are met, whether it is a high asset divorce or any other aspect of family law.

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