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Protecting Your Property During Divorce

The division of property, which includes both assets and debts, is often one of the most contentious issues in a divorce. Whether you have a complex estate consisting of a number of assets or an estate of more modest size, it is important to have skilled legal representation on your side to ensure that your rights and interests remain protected throughout the divorce process.

At the law firm of Nordaune & Friesen, PLLC, our attorneys provide personalized representation that takes into account our clients' concerns while we work toward helping them satisfy their asset division goals.

Reaching Fair And Equitable Property Agreement

Any division of property as part of a divorce is supposed to be fair and equitable. It is important to remember that equitable is not synonymous with equal. While it is possible that property may be split 50-50, the law is more concerned with ensuring that any division is impartial yet fair. That is why it is important to ensure that all marital assets are accounted for and properly valued. It is also important to take into account the tax implications of any division.

Our attorneys are committed to protecting your interests throughout this process. We will explain everything thoroughly and address any concerns you have. We will provide you with all of the information you need to help you make a knowledgeable decision. If necessary, we can employ the services of forensic accountants and financial experts to ensure that all property is properly accounted for and properly valued.

Highly Regarded Legal Representation For Your Case

Our team is most proud of the positive feedback we receive from both past and present clients. We are prepared to put our skills to work for you and to help you achieve the best possible results in your family law case.

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If you are going through a divorce or need assistance with another type of family law matter, speak with us. Contact us online or call 800-724-2883 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation.

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