Keeping Your Share Of Assets In Your Divorce
When trying to navigate through a divorce, making assumptions can cause you to lose more assets than necessary. Minnesota courts use “equitable distribution” to divide assets, meaning instead of a judge splitting everything in a 50-50 manner, they split it in a manner that they deem fair to both parties. Instead of assuming that you will be able to keep half of everything in a divorce, defend your best interests with an attorney.
At Cylkowski Law Office, P.A., we know how overwhelming it can be to manage the divorce process on your own, which is why we provide clients throughout Minnesota the representation they need to pursue the best possible outcome in their divorce. Our decades of experience representing clients can be the winning advantage you need to keep your fair share in your asset division.
How Our Experience Can Benefit You
In the decades we have been representing clients through their divorces, we have helped clients of all income levels and complex property matters. We know how to get the necessary information for asset division, with methods including:
- Gathering necessary documentation
- Consulting with forensic accountants to find hidden assets
- Getting an accurate valuation of assets to properly negotiate over correct values
We know there are many layers to a divorce. We keep asking questions to discover everything we need to know. From dealing with protective orders to defending nonmarital assets, we do everything in our power to provide you with the best possible outcome in your divorce. While we do go the extra mile for our clients, we do not do anything that can bog down the divorce process and delay you from settling things.
Do Not Leave Money On The Table
Even if you are trying to settle your divorce on civil terms, you should still have a lawyer’s guidance to lead you to the outcome you deserve. If you are too carefree with your asset division, you can experience long-lasting consequences from an uneven asset division.
If you are ready to meet with an attorney who can help defend your best interests in all areas of divorce, contact our Eagan office to schedule your initial consultation today. Call us at 651-882-7808 or email us here and take the first step in getting the representation you deserve from your divorce attorney.