Go Into Your Divorce With An Asset Protection Plan
For many people who are going through or contemplating a divorce, anxiety about finances and assets can be significant. Some people are concerned that their spouse or former spouse will “take them to the cleaners” in a divorce settlement, get an unfair amount of alimony or child support, or take property or money that does not rightfully belong to them. This is where the assistance of a skilled attorney is important.
At Shawn P. Hammond and Associates, attorney Shawn Hammond is knowledgeable when it comes to protecting assets during the marriage dissolution process. He has extensive experience in property division and can help you address your important concerns about your assets, both before and during divorce proceedings.
Secure Your Assets Legally With The Help Of An Attorney
In most divorce situations, some assets clearly seem to belong to both parties (such as a house), some may obviously belong to one spouse (such as a family heirloom inherited before the marriage), and others may be disputed. In helping you protect assets that may be subject to argument, the firm can assist you in the following ways:
- By assessing your property in pre-divorce asset planning
- By making sure a spouse can’t, for example, empty your joint bank account in the short term
- By preventing assets that are yours alone from being disposed of
- Through hidden asset discovery that ensures that all marital assets are known
- By making sure that important assets like retirement accounts are dealt with equitably
Attorney Hammond takes pride in offering strategic thinking regarding all your family law matters. He can prepare for any eventuality and offer guidance through the difficulties ahead.
Contact The Firm
Shawn Hammond can help you in protecting your assets, including personal possessions, bank accounts, investments, retirement accounts and pensions. Mr. Hammond has extensive experience with challenging financial issues that impact divorce cases, and he is a strong advocate for clients’ rights. Call the Evans office at 706-993-2785 or send an email using this form.