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High asset divorce support is a central focus for Sarah Palin

On Behalf of | Sep 18, 2019 | High Asset Divorce |

As many Illinois spouses can attest, marital breakups are rarely easy. Especially in a high asset divorce, spouses often become entangled in issues regarding property division, alimony and other important matters. Building a strong support network from the start is often a key factor to accomplishing one’s goals for a settlement. Former presidential candidate and governor Sarah Palin appears to understand the value of hiring a competent and experienced attorney to fight such battles on her behalf.

The Palin divorce case was recently filed by Sarah Palin’s husband, Todd. The couple has been married for 30 years. They have several children together, one of whom is an 11-year-old boy. Todd has requested that the court grant joint custody in this case.

It is not uncommon for couples to divorce after three or more decades of marriage nowadays. In Palin’s petition, he cited irreparable differences that make it impossible for the pair to keep living together as spouses. Since the other children are all adults, the custody proceedings pertain only to their youngest son. 

The Palins have reportedly requested that the documents from their high asset divorce be sealed from the public. This is also not uncommon when one or both spouses are celebrities. Any Illinois spouse concerned about property division, marital assets, child custody, alimony or other divorce-related issues may seek support from an experienced family law attorney. A lawyer can be a great asset to protect a client’s best interests in court regarding parenting, finances and all other divorce-related concerns.


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