Sometimes, legal proceedings cannot be avoided. So much may have happened that reasonable discussion is no longer possible, or the parties’ positions may be simply too far apart. If there is a difference of opinion concerning a significant financial interest, taking action may make sense. One party may consider, for instance, that the business that has to be split up is of little value, while the other thinks that the same business represents a significant value. There are also regularly conflicts about the interpretation of legislation and regulations. The interpretation of marriage contracts also often ends up in court action. Sadly, disputes about children also occur. Instances might include abducting a child to another country, or determining child-support payments, or differences of opinion regarding care arrangements.