Updated Wednesday, September 3, 2014 as of 3:18 AM ET

How to Keep HNW Clients' Divorce Private

For wealthy and high-profile clients, privacy can be hard to attain. But most people donít want their personal lives made public, especially when they are going through a divorce.

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Comments (1)
I think that this is a very misleading article because it is really a question of state law which determines how "private" the divorce is, documents filed etc. Certainly, Collaborative and mediation may keep the process out of the tabloids, but if the financial affidavits are a matter of public record, then how is privacy maintained?
Posted by Consumer A | Tuesday, March 11 2014 at 3:51PM ET
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