Your divorce is a personal experience that has to be handled according to your individual circumstances. It can be difficult to do this because of the emotional aspect of it. However, when you're able to put those feelings aside and make decisions based on what's best from a practical standpoint, you can benefit greatly.
The property division area of a high-asset divorce is often very challenging. Many people have emotional ties to some of the assets that have to be split. This can make it hard for them to let items go even when they don't really need or even want them.
If you find yourself in that position, it might help to look at things from a financial standpoint. You need to look at the cost of keeping the item. Not only does this mean how it will directly impact the property division settlement, it also involves how it might affect your budget in the future.
Many assets, such as homes and vehicles, come with expenses for upkeep and other costs. You have to look at your budget to see if you can handle those. There is a chance that you might have to bypass some assets because you just can't make the financial aspects work on your income alone.
We know that this is a difficult situation, especially when there's an emotional connection to the items. There isn't really a way to make that better. However, remembering that you are making choices to better your future might be beneficial in these cases. We're here to help you through the process.