If your spouse made significantly more money than you did over the course of your marriage or you forwent a career in order to take care of your children, you might be concerned about your finances after your divorce. You wouldn't be alone either.
If you're a high-asset individual and you're going through a divorce, you may find yourself asking questions you've never considered before. That's because you know your finances are going to change drastically after property division is all said and done. You may even be required to pay alimony. All of these changes can add up, affecting one major thing in the process: your tax filing.
The more money a couple has, the more complicated their divorce is likely to be. This is especially true when one spouse earns significantly more than the other.