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The divorce process can be emotionally triggering, especially in high-conflict situations. When spouses cannot agree on any aspect of their divorce and bitterly argue about asset division, child custody and all other factors of their marital lives, the process can get nasty.
Additionally, when spouses have a high-asset divorce, the combination of high-asset, high-conflict divorce is daunting. The more assets involved in a high-conflict situation, the more reasons there are for a couple to argue.
When emotions run high, arguments often ensue. There are 5 strategic ways to get through a high-conflict divorce.
Hopefully, with the help of your attorney, you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse will be able to work out an agreement. With a high-conflict, high-asset divorce, it might be wise to hire a forensic account, too.
Even if you have created a list of all your marital assets, your spouse may own something that you don’t know about, or you may not realize the actual value of some assets. No matter what, it’s essential to have a robust support system and an advocate you can trust.
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