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High-asset divorce: Dixie Chicks musician, actor call it quits

Though ending a marriage can be difficult for anyone, Florida residents with considerable wealth often feel as if they have a more complex situation to handle. It is true that property division can create more issues during a high\-asset divorce as individuals typically want to ensure that they come out with the best results. Luckily, people in such situations do have legal options that could help them achieve their goals.

Natalie Maines, solo music artist and member of the band Dixie Chicks, and actor Adrian Pasdar are likely hoping to find the best manner to approach their circumstances due to Maines recently filing for divorce. The couple have been married for 17 years, and Maines reportedly cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the desired split. Additional comments on the situation were not given as a representative stated that it was a private matter.

The couple have two children together who were reported as being a 16-year-old son and a 13-year-old son. Maines apparently hopes to obtain joint custody of the children. It was unclear whether any extenuating circumstances may affect this request.

In addition to potential custody issues, the couple may also face financial complexities due to their situation likely falling into the high-asset divorce category. Florida residents facing such concerns of their own may want to determine their best options for moving forward. Speaking with attorneys knowledgeable in dealing with such issues may help concerned parties better assess their specific needs and desires as well as their best legal strategies.

Source: People, "Natalie Maines Files for Divorce from Adrian Pasdar", Sarah Michaud, July 3, 2017

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