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Holiday celebrations and high asset divorce

There are many different stressors that can arise when a couple decides to terminate their marriage, especially for those with a high net worth who have children. From the way in which a court splits up marital property to custody battles and concerns about tax implications, various hurdles can arise during the process. At Fried and Friend, our Florida firm also understands that there are certain times of year when divorce can be even more upsetting, such as the Fourth of July, in addition to many other holidays.

During Independence Day, those going through a divorce may have even more to take into consideration. For example, couples with children may have to explain how things have or will change, which can be harder for kids to accept during the holidays. Another issue you may encounter while trying to work through divorce during holidays could involve your family or your spouse’s family. At a family function, you may have to answer questions concerning the lack of your spouse’s presence or explain your divorce to relatives.

On top of these matters, divorce can generate stress and interfere with your holiday celebrations, which underlines how vital it is for you to do what you can to simplify your divorce. In some cases, spouses are able to communicate with each other and carefully plan ahead in order to alleviate some of the hardships related to ending a marriage.

In our high net worth divorce section, you will find more about some of the different topics related to ending a marriage.

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