If You Have Significant Assets, I Can Help Protect Them
When a marital estate involves significant and complex assets, the asset and property division process can become even more difficult than usual. In this overwhelming time, it is common to feel stress and fear about what will happen to your future. Will you have enough assets to live your current lifestyle? To pay your bills?
I’m attorney Juliann Karenko, and I have more than 30 years of experience handling even the most complicated of divorces. At my firm, The Karenko Law Firm PLLC in Galveston, I take pride in aiding clients throughout Texas to resolve their family law issues. I will assertively defend your financial best interests as we reach a divorce settlement or go to trial for a judgment.
How Divorce Can Impact A Business
If you are a business owner, a partner or a shareholder, you probably feel deep concern about your business interests following the divorce. Because Texas is a community property state, all assets acquired during the marriage are eligible for division in a divorce, even if your spouse did not contribute to the company’s operations. These assets may include business income, stock options and business equipment.
The Experience You Need To Succeed
In my three-plus decades in practice, I have garnered a broad range of experience in several areas. I have also become a reputable negotiator and trial attorney. This breadth of knowledge is critical when it comes to developing strategies that prove successful for my clients. I have learned the strongest ways to help you achieve your goals, from maintaining your relationship with your children to preserving your assets.
Discuss Asset Protection With Me
I am here to remove some of the stress from your shoulders as I explain your options and we choose the right path. When you need reliable service for your divorce, contact me at The Karenko Law Firm PLLC. To schedule a 30-minute consultation, please call 409-515-7063 or send me an email.