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Points to ponder during a high asset divorce

It’s been our experience here at the offices of Epperson Law that no two divorces are the same. While each one brings with it a bevy of similar emotions and circumstances, the source and scope of every couples’ issues is different. Throw into that mix the issue of high-net worth, and things can potentially get even more explosive. In this post, we’ll examine the points that one must consider when going through a divorce involving high asset disbursements.

How can you keep your ex from fleeing with your kids?

Many of the divorce proceedings that take place in Charlotte get very emotional, particularly when there are children involved. For those parents who fear the possibility of losing custody of their kids, the temptation to flee with them may be strong. At the same, the parent being awarded custody may have concerns about his or her ex’s likelihood to do such a thing. While child custody determinations are recognized across most state boundaries, the process of locating the fleeing parent and the children can be time-consuming. Plus, such an ordeal can exact a great toll on the children.

The tax implications of child support

It’s around this time of year when the focus of many people in Charlotte shifts towards their taxes. According to the North Carolina Department of Revenue, state residents paid over $24 billion in taxes in the 2012-2013 fiscal year. With those kinds of numbers involved, it’s little wonder why tax-related issues weigh so heavily on the minds of both private citizens and public officers. Adding concerns over the tax implications of child support may just serve to heighten one’s anxieties over taxes.

Succeeding as a long-distance parent

Oftentimes, the divorced parents who come to see us here at Epperson Law PLLC find that arranging an acceptable custody agreement is much easier than getting their kids accustomed to them living apart. Even after divorce, it’s recommended that divorced parents continue to live near each other. Study results published in the Journal of Family Psychology and shared by the American Psychological Association showed that of study participants who were children of divorce, those whose noncustodial parents had moved away were significantly more likely to struggle with issues such as:

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