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A successful, positive divorce is possible despite perceptions

Is it possible to have a successful divorce when you have a marriage with many valuable assets? The answer is a resounding, "yes." Although there are many stigmas about divorce and perhaps the perception that all divorces involve conflict, those ideas simply are not true in 2017. Divorces are less of a stigma today than in the past, and most people see them as a sad event that was bound to happen to at least one person they know.

Alimony can support the lifestyle you've become accustomed to

When you are facing the prospect of divorce, one of your main concerns may come down to money. If you've been a housewife or househusband, you may not have a career to support you. Even if you get a job, there's a chance it won't pay as much as your spouse currently earns.

Alimony can be an important topic in a gray divorce

You've been living with your spouse for many years, and your finances are intertwined. You stayed home to watch your children more than your spouse, so you only worked part-time. Now, you're in your 50's and your children have finally moved out of your home. You thought this was when you'd get back to living in a way that celebrated your spouse and your achievements and life together, but your spouse wants to get a divorce. You aren't sure if you should ask for alimony or not.

You can fight for what you deserve during your divorce

High-net worth divorces are sometimes considered more challenging than others because there are so many assets to find and divide among the spouses. There are potential tax implications and long-term implications for each person's retirement and role in businesses or other financial situations.

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