Making the decision to begin the process of a high-asset divorce in Pennsylvania is not always easy and can be full of anxiety for many people. Some spouses may worry about receiving a fair distribution in their high-asset divorce that they may not have been responsible for managing during the time of the relationship. When a legal separation is confronted with planning and strong negotiation, a person may have the opportunity to obtain a favorable settlement that can provide financial security well into the future.
After years spent building a fortune and legacy with a spouse, it can be painful to divide the assets if and when the marriage comes to an end. A wealthy Pennsylvania couple that share ownership of a business or other investments may find it difficult to determine a fair division of their marital property. Recently, Paul Hogan and his wife Linda Hogan agreed on a settlement regarding their own high-asset divorce.