Protecting the Assets That Mean Most to You in a Divorce

Posted By The Karenko Law Firm, P.A. || 28-Jun-2013

When a couple makes the decision to get married one of the last things on their mind is the possibility of divorce. They are in love. They are looking forward to spending the rest of their lives together and they are making plans for their future. It is an unfortunate fact of life that situations and people change, and not all marriages last. If that should happen to you, one of the first things you will want to do is contact The Karenko Law Firm PLLC as soon as possible and speak with an experienced divorce attorney about your legal options. Without skilled representation and an aggressive advocate who is committed to doing everything possible to protect your assets, interests and rights, you could lose some of the assets that mean the most to you. Whether family heirlooms, irreplaceable antiques, sports memorabilia, the family home or a vacation home or other prized possessions, I will work with you closely to help you protect those assets you couldn't bear to lose.

I know how emotionally and mentally painful it can be to realize your marriage has ended and file for divorce. Even if the relationship came to an end long ago it can be difficult to have to make final decisions as to the division of assets and property as well as determining who gets the children (should there be any from the marriage). Florida is an equitable division state, which means all marital property and assets will be divided in an equitable and fair manner. While many divorce cases are fairly simple, there are matters which can complicate asset division. If either you or your spouse received an inheritance, you have a retirement or investment account, you are the sole owner of any real property, or you own a business, it is advised you retain legal counsel to help represent your interests and protect your assets.

When you contact my firm I will work with you closely to answer any questions you may have and I will be by your side to help you navigate through the entire divorce process. I have more than 26 years experience with family law matters and I know how to build an aggressive strategy geared to help you retain the assets most valuable to you.

Contact a Galveston County divorce lawyerat my firm today to discuss your situation.

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