When going through divorce, the division of assets is often one of the most polarizing and difficult parts of the entire process.
Understanding the way in which assets impact the divorce itself, as well as arguments surrounding the divorce, is crucial for anyone involved in the process.
Generalizing assets and arguments
Business Insider has vital information about the ties between wealth and arguments during divorce. First, it is important to acknowledge the common perception that a couple with higher assets and wealth will usually fight more in a divorce scenario.
This is a generalization and it does not apply to every couple. Though many upper-middle-class couples do end up fighting often in divorce, the same is not true for wealthier couples in the upper-class bracket. In fact, they get more amiable divorces than any other wealth bracket, which could disprove the tie between high assets and arguments.
How individuals impact arguments
Instead of the arguments tying directly to the assets, it is more likely that the arguments tie to how the individuals respond to their assets.
For example, one couple may feel more financially secure than another. Thus, they are prone to working things out and not arguing as much. This will usually happen regardless of the actual amount of assets they have.
To that end, it is essentially impossible to predict how many arguments will happen during the course of a divorce. It is easier to predict based on the personalities of the people involved, however, rather than the amount of assets they have.