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  • The challenges of a high asset divorce
    The challenges of a high asset divorce

    Most people in Kentucky may agree that there is no such thing as an easy divorce. In fact, some are significantly more complicated than others. Any person who is considering a high asset divorce may ...

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  • A prenup could prevent contention in high asset divorce
    A prenup could prevent contention in high asset divorce

    Although nobody wants even to give a thought to divorce while planning a wedding, more and more young adults recognize the importance of a prenuptial agreement. Life is full of twists and turns, and ...

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  • High asset divorce may have Kentucky residents feeling tension
    High asset divorce may have Kentucky residents feeling tension

    Though each divorce case is different, there are certain factors that could make some cases have a higher chance of facing complications. Dealing with a substantial amount of money is one of those ...

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  • Business valuation may play role in high asset divorce cases
    Business valuation may play role in high asset divorce cases

    Being a business owner and a spouse can be a rewarding combination. Kentucky residents may feel that they have achieved both professional and personal success due to each of these roles. Of course, ...

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  • Practical tips to remember in high asset divorce
    Practical tips to remember in high asset divorce

    Many Kentucky spouses rely on their partners to handle all matters related to finances in marriage. Some whose marriages did not last later recognized this as a big mistake when they suddenly faced ...

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  • Should you consider a postnuptial agreement?
    Should you consider a postnuptial agreement?

    Many couples who marry young do not think about prenuptial agreements, because they do not have many assets. If a divorce occurs years later after accumulating wealth, however, a drawn-out, costly ...

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