Marrying for a second time can be an exciting and hopeful time for divorcees in Colorado, but caution is still advisable. Many individuals who go on to marry for a second time already have children from a prior relationship, and watching out for their best interests is often the number one priority for remarrying parents. A proper asset valuation and prenuptial agreement can be one of the best ways to address how certain assets should be used or transferred for a child's benefit.
The process of divorce may cause tension due to the high stakes involved, particularly if property or asset division is at the center of this type of family law proceeding. However, if a person is facing a high asset divorce in Colorado, the stress levels can be even higher, with billions of dollars or business enterprises at stake. This is the scenario that one couple is facing in an out-of-state case.
The thought of if or when a marriage will end is probably the last thing that would ever cross the mind of any newlywed couple. There are times though when a divorce may be in the future best interest of Colorado spouses. One of the purposes of a divorce settlement is to allow each individual to continue living a similar lifestyle to the one each had during the marriage. Unfortunately, some spouses in high asset divorce cases may attempt to claim more of the marital property than he or she should be rightfully allowed to.