Going through a divorce can be a traumatic, life-altering event. It is easy to become overwhelmed by all of the important decisions that must be made and the intense emotions that come with them. Do not rush through these decisions, but carefully consider each step of the process because mistakes can have a lasting impact on your future and the future of your family.
One of the most common questions that we deal with on a daily basis concerns how property and assets will get divided up during divorce proceedings.
As a couple goes through a divorce, many issues begin to pop up that neither spouse had foreseen. One such issue is that of intangible assets.
To put it simply, an intangible asset is an asset that does not have a physical form. A few examples of intangible assets are as follows: