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New York high-asset divorce dispute

In New York and elsewhere, there are numerous couples who may find themselves in the midst of high-asset divorce cases. Unfortunately, the property and asset division phase of dissolving a marriage can lead to a major divorce dispute. With assistance, it is possible for those in this type of position to resolve any issues and negotiate terms that both sides believe is fair.

Concerns about finances often behind a divorce dispute

There are couples in New York and elsewhere that can quickly come to divorce terms with which each party is satisfied. Unfortunately, there are others who will find it nearly impossible to swiftly agree to anything. A divorce dispute may arise over any issue on the seemingly endless list of items that must be resolved in order for the dissolution of marriage to be finalized. Financial matters tend to be one of the major causes of contention between a divorcing couple.

Getting a divorce? Negotiating a fair settlement is possible

There are a lot of financial concerns that accompany the dissolution of marriage. It is not unreasonable for soon-to-be exes to want to walk away from the marriage with a fair divorce settlement. Unfortunately, many couples in New York and elsewhere may feel that getting a just settlement is not really a possibility. With the right help, though, it is possible for you to get a fair distribution of assets.

Elderly marriage and the prenuptial agreement, a wise combination

The number of people in the United States who can be classified as elderly is on the rise. Along with that, statistics show that there has also been an increase of late-in-life marriages and divorces. This, of course, brings up a lot of financial concerns as those in their retirement years typically have more assets than those who are younger. Whether one resides in New York or elsewhere, a prenuptial agreement can help to protect what one has earned or acquired over the years.

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