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What are some additional challenges in a high asset divorce?

Let's be honest...no divorce is fun. Whether it be one with no assets or one with high assets, divorce is almost always a stressful, uncertain time in a person's life. However, there are several issues, in addition to the standard divisions, to be addressed in a high asset divorce. For this reason, an attorney experienced in these types of cases can be your best friend.

Divorce mediation can set the stage for positive communication

While it is becoming more acceptable in today's society, the divorce process itself still carries a negative stigma among some. Some people in Colorado view the divorce process as purely and unavoidably adversarial. It is a winner-take-all situation, with each party trying to seek revenge on the other. However, divorce doesn't deserve this bad reputation.

Are there any alternative ways to pay spousal support?

When spouses in Colorado divorce, they expect that once the final papers are approved by a judge, they can each walk away as separate individuals into their newly single lives. However, sometimes certain divorce issues tie a couple together even after they have ended their marriage. One of these issues is alimony.

Make the most of valuation dates for assets in divorce

Some people are so eager to break free of the bonds of marriage that they put little forethought into strategically timing their divorces. While it may be understandable to hasten the process, it could also wind up costing you big bucks when it's time to split up the property.

Colorado spouses can protect their interests via a 'postnup'

Sometimes, couples in Colorado fail to execute a prenuptial agreement prior to walking down the aisle. Perhaps they thought of the notion as unromantic, or worse, a sign of mistrust or a belief that the marriage will fail. Perhaps they were simply so busy planning for their wedding that they never got around to it. Or, perhaps they felt like they had so little in the way of assets that a prenup was not necessary.

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