Hurt, resentment and anger can easily overtake the divorce process. The process takes on a life of its own and quickly propels the parties into an arena they most likely never would have chosen otherwise. If this happens, a Florida high asset divorce could end up becoming a time-consuming and expensive courtroom battle in which neither party comes out the winner in the end.
Fortunately, estimates put the number of divorces that end with a settlement at over 90 percent. Couples are able to overcome their emotions and sit down at the negotiating table to hammer out an agreement with which both parties are satisfied. In cases where there is a substantial amount of money and assets at stake, a civil -- if not amicable -- resolution provides the couple with the opportunity to frame their own futures.