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Is my spouse hiding assets in our complex divorce?

Manhattan couples embroiled in high asset divorces often overlook some less obvious, but still lucrative, assets when divvying up marital property equitably. Below are some tips for identifying and valuating assets prior to property settlement negotiations.

You can now pay for divorce through divorce funding firms

According to a story in Forbes online, several firms have recently emerged that provide funding for those going through a divorce. This latest niche proves how it has become a modern, technology-rich world by giving even the most cash-poor people a chance to up the stakes and secure their future. This is especially true for New York City residents who possess valuable assets but having trouble laying their hands on cash to pay for a divorce.

Child support: A compelling reason to seek a divorce lawyer

In our blog, we talk a lot about how difficult it is to divorce without legal representation, especially when one or both spouses have a high net worth. Whether or not wealth is a factor, divorce can often bring the worst out in people, sometimes even surprising one or both divorcing parties. Throw children and the issues that go hand-in-hand with them into a high net worth divorce, and the recipe for unrest just got a little spicier than anticipated.

High asset divorces often mean additional complications

When divorce in which one or both spouses have a lot of wealth or valuable assets occurs, it is often more complicated than the divorces most people hear about or experience. The process combines the ordinary yet painful elements of a regular divorce with the extreme complications that typically arise within any legal procedure involving high-value assets. The end result can turn into a nightmare of both parties frantically trying to hold on to their fair share.

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