As a prosperous individual, people often assume you have it all: You run a successful business, have well-behaved children and great friends. To top it off, you have a great spouse who seems like they support you. What they don't know is that your relationship with your spouse is platonic, and you're ready to go through a divorce. You want to break things off, but you don't know how to handle the fallout.
For many couples, the decision to divorce does not come without considerable forethought. Often, many couples may turn to counselors and other professionals for help finding solutions to their marital conflicts, but when other options fail to provide relief, they resort to divorcing and ending their marriage. This choice results in the need for many Texas couples to reassess the life they have grown to share and decide how to split things to give each a chance at creating a new life for themselves.
If you and your spouse are about to embark on a high asset divorce in Texas, your only concerns right now may pertain to alimony and the property division process. However, because your divorce is a high asset one, know that your financial concerns should begin long before you even file the paperwork.