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spying, Cedar Park, Cedar Park family law attorney, complex divorce, complex divorce attorney, Federal Wiretap Act, Georgetown family law attorney, GPS tracker, high asset divorce, Leander family law lawyer, Round Rock family law attorney, spy technology, spying on spouses, Powers and Kerr, PLLC, Williamson County, Williamson County family law attorneyUnlike simple divorces, where negotiations regarding divorce settlement can wrap up fairly quickly, high-asset divorces or other complex divorce issues can require a great deal of investigation and research in order to get the best settlement possible.

As spy technology has become increasingly sophisticated and easier to use, more people are utilizing that technology to help build their divorce case. Individuals who think their spouse is cheating now have all types of tools at their disposal to track the activities of their spouse while also seeking evidence to use against the spouse in the complex divorce.

One such technology is GPS trackers, which are now made so tiny they can be placed in a spouse's clothing without their knowledge. Other GPS trackers can be placed on a spouse's car to track their movements that way. Companies who manufacturer these devices say sales have almost doubled in the past couple of years.

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Cedar Park, complex divorce, complex divorce attorney, complex divorce settlements, divorce financial planners, financial planners, Georgetown family law attorney, high asset divorce, Leander family law lawyer, Round Rock family law attorney, Powers and Kerr, PLLC, Williamson County, Williamson County family law attorneyAn increasing number of couples are trying to negotiate complex divorce settlements and are turning to divorce financial planners. Many attorneys representing wealthy clients in these high asset divorce negotiations are recommending the clients consult with financial planners before finalizing their divorce settlements.

Quite a few financial planners are adding divorce planning to their list of specialties. According to a survey conducted by the Financial Planning Association, 25 percent of planners have already done so and another 20 percent said they plan on offering the service to clients.

Currently, there are approximately 1,700 certified divorce planners. This represents a 40 percent increase since 2011.

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Cedar Park, Georgeton, high asset divorce, Leander family law lawyer, Round Rock family law attorney, Williamson County, complex divorce, complex divorce attorney, Williamson County family law attorney, divorce settlementArguments in marriage are inevitable. In fact, arguing can often be quite healthy, as a way to air differences that may be building up. Arguing is also a way to for couples to reinforce their intimacy, knowing both are able to disagree and compromise, yet still love one another.

However, arguments that seem to continue and never get resolved are anything but good for a marriage. For many couples, instead of compromise, they find their arguments escalate into shouting matches, with threats of divorce thrown throughout.

If this is happening to you, there are signs that you could be headed for a divorce. It is important to evaluate where your marriage is headed, especially if you anticipate a high asset divorce battle with your spouse. If there are significant assets or other complex issues involved, then you need to be prepared.

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