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Missourians involved in a high asset divorce, the importance of understanding the laws and the ways to protect assets cannot be understated. The other party, the soon-to-be ex-spouse, will have a team protecting his or her assets. So, it is important to come to the table prepared as well.

High asset divorces are often incredibly complex, with multiple real estate assets, investments, retirement plans, such as a 401(k) and pensions, and even business assets that must be included and divided among divorcing spouses, in accordance with Missouri law. This can be an intimidating and daunting task. As a result, it is important to know the laws and understand who is entitled to what because without that information, the parties cannot be certain who should receive what asset.

Add these complications, the fact that Missourians may not be in the best emotional state, which is completely understandable and not uncommon in a divorce. With so much on the line, finding a team with experience, knowledge and success with family law can make all the difference.

With over 17 years of experience in family law, Joseph J. Porzenski of Turken and Porzenski, L.L.C., has a history of success fighting for our clients to achieve the best solution possible. We have even been honored among the "Best Lawyers" by St. Louis Magazine. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and is located close to the St. Charles County Courthouse in St. Charles, Missouri.

Whether it is fighting for child custody, child support, property division, paternity or a high-net worth divorce, our team is here to help. Missourians have too much to lose, and they must take steps to protect their assets and rights.

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