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Protect yourself and your assets in a high-asset divorce

If you are in the process of a divorce and you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse never filed a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, you may become involved in a battle over property division. If there are high assets involved, this can become especially tricky, and possibly heated.

During a high asset divorce case, all forms of property and assets will be addressed between both spouses. This includes businesses owned by one spouse or even co-owned by both spouses, retirement plans, stock options, real estate, monetary assets and all property earned during the course of the marriage. Depending on various factors, money brought in from before the marriage may also be vulnerable to property division. When dealing with property division, especially high asset divorce cases, it is important to have the right legal approach, as undoubtedly the other side will be prepared. You owe it to yourself to have plan out a sound legal strategy.

At Turken and Porzenski, L.L.C., we are dedicated to protecting and supporting our clients from the St. Charles County area of Missouri. Our legal team understands the sensitivities involved in divorce and family law, so we attempt to work personally with each client to understand their situation and proceed in an attempt to achieve our clients' goals.

The divorce process can seem overwhelming at times, especially when children are involved and child custody and child support decisions need to be made. Add to it possible alimony and property division, and your complex divorce may seem like a giant hurdle for you to clear before moving on in your life. At our law firm, we do our best to help our clients get through the divorce process.

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