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2 tips to help you during a high-asset divorce

If you're going through a high-asset divorce, you know that there is potentially a lot to gain or lose. While you may be looking forward to getting away from your spouse, one thing you're likely not looking forward to is the potential for losing many of your assets.

Don't make these mistakes when divorcing

Getting a divorce is an important, life-changing event. The divorce process won't last forever before your new life begins. Now you will have to live with the actions you have taken and the decisions you and your ex have made. Below are some mistakes that you should avoid during the divorce process if at all possible:

Mistakes to avoid in a high asset divorce

All divorces come with the risk of making mistakes. However, in a high asset divorce, avoiding mistakes can make all the difference in one party receiving a fair settlement. The problem for many Connecticut residents is that they do not know what a mistake is and what is not a mistake. This is especially true for those who have never experienced a divorce.

Connecticut ranks 18th for overall happiness level

While the United States divorce rate has been stated as around 50 percent of all marriages, there are some areas of the country that have fewer divorces than others. While the reasons for fewer divorces may not be obvious, one thing that you can see is where people are living when they have fewer divorces. Interestingly, Connecticut is a state where fewer divorces take place.

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