Divorces in Carver and Scott counties involving high-asset individuals tend to be expensive because there are more assets, property and wealth to divide. It is often tricky for couples to agree on a settlement because their emotions are running high and the rules of marital property division for high-value divorces are more complex.
No matter how rich you are, divorce always hits hard on finances. How hard depends on the monetary worth of your divorce and how long the process lasts.
You may have friends and family in Carver and Scott Counties who have gone through a divorce, and they may offer you lots of unsolicited advice about yours. Even though you are in the process of filing, you might want to be careful about the kind of divorce advice you listen to and follow. Your loved ones may mean well, and some of their experiences may be similar to yours. But those are not good reasons for you to listen to their good intentions.
Many couples use prenuptial or postnuptial agreements to set provisions in the event of a future divorce. Minnesota law generally enforces both kinds of agreements so long as they meet certain requirements.