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Is it possible to escape your high-asset divorce unscathed?

Divorce is an emotionally and financially challenging process, and you may have valid concerns about your financial future after this process is complete. Pennsylvania individuals facing a high-asset divorce know that it could be quite complicated to navigate the issues pertaining their valuable assets and other property, especially when the two parties are at odds over property division.

Divorce does not have to mean the end of your business

Many Pennsylvania residents are the proud owners of their own businesses. Whether you started your business before or after walking down the aisle, there are things that you can do to protect your company from the ravages of divorce -- if that ever enters the picture.

Is sharing custody the right choice for your family?

The decision to divorce is one that will certainly impact the youngest members of the family. While the end of a marriage will affect the children, it is possible to provide them with an environment and schedule that allows for emotional security and continuity of lifestyle, even long after a divorce is final.

What could happen to your 401(k) during divorce?

As part of your employment, you may have received the benefit of having a 401(k) retirement account. You may have found this benefit comforting as you invested money in your financial security during retirement. However, because you now face divorce, you may wonder what will happen to this account during asset division proceedings.

Pennsylvania's Divorce Rate Among Nation's Lowest...Mostly

Pennsylvania has one of the lowest divorce rates of any state in the nation. According to Statistic Brain, a medium dedicated to provide accurate and timely statistics for public benefit, Pennsylvania’s divorce rate sits around 9.2 percent – the sixth-lowest in the country – compared to nationwide highs of roughly 13 percent in Maine and Oklahoma (and 14 percent in Nevada, though that’s something of a special case).

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