Divorce or separation can lead to many contentious moments—especially in regards to the division of assets, property, and debts. Many clients haven't specific assets or pieces of property that they want protected through the divorce process. While some decisions are left up to the court, there are steps you can take to protect your most precious valuables and property.
The first step is retaining the trusted legal guidance of a Novi asset protection lawyer. At the Law Offices of Elaine Stypula, we work quickly and efficiently to help you maintain possession of the assets you value the most.
Our founding attorney provides aggressive representation for clients who are involved in complex divorce and property division cases. We are focused on protecting your goals, concerns, and needs throughout your case. Allow us to help you establish a better future!
To learn more about how we can help you protect your assets in a divorce, contact us now.
Judges will typically review a number of factors as the make their determination in dividing assets. Some of the most common factors include the length of the marriage, the earning ability of each party, the health of each party, the necessities of each party, the needs of children, and the overall fairness of how the property is divided. For many people, this can leave them concerned about how their most valuable assets will be handled.
How can you protect your assets? Having a prenuptial or post-nuptial agreement is one of the simplest ways you can ensure you have the final say in how your property is divided. These types of agreements can also protect your personal valuable assets from your former spouse. When there isn't an agreement in place, it is even more imperative that you work with a Novi asset protection attorney.
When you call our firm, we provide you with a skilled litigator that can't protect the assets you value the most. Elaine Stypula has been serving clients in Oakland, Wayne, Macomb, Washtenaw and Livingston County with dedicated and detailed legal representation for 20+ years.
She can help you move forward from your divorce with peace of mind, knowing your most cherished assets are effectively protected.
Learn more about our strategic approach to property division matters. Call our firm at (248) 565-3800 today.