Protecting Your Financial Interests During Property And Asset Disputes

When you are in the middle of divorce proceedings, it is easy to fall into a "winner-take-all" mindset. The process itself can be adversarial, rewarding the combative. It is often during the division of property and assets that this perspective is reinforced.

Unfortunately, if you embrace this viewpoint, you will not benefit from the prolonged legal action that ensues. When parties battle for possessions, they rarely end their engagement unharmed. It can take years of healing to mend rifts caused by property and asset disputes.

It is for this reason that residents throughout Acadiana seek my advice: I help my clients receive the settlement they deserve while minimizing the negative emotional impact. Since 1994, I have represented my family law clients' best interests when they engage in property and asset division.

I have more than 20 years' experience as a Lafayette attorney and a counselor. I draw on this history when I help you evaluate your assets according to sentimental and monetary value. Working together, you and I can then determine the most efficient manner to negotiate on your behalf. Approaching this endeavor with careful consideration can help you protect your long-term relationship with those affected while limiting court engagements.

Secure Your Property And Assets Without Extensive Legal Action

At my firm, I focus exclusively on family law concerns. As a result, I can develop a strategy that accommodates Louisiana's community property statutes and safeguards assets such as:

  • Wages
  • Real estate
  • Pensions, 401(k)s and IRAs
  • Stocks, bonds and other investment accounts
  • Business assets
  • Property

I can also counsel you on matters related to liabilities so that you are not unfairly encumbered with debt when you change your marital status. A marriage dissolution should provide new opportunities for success not increase overwhelming financial obligations.

Concerned About Divorce's Impact On Your Financial Resources? Reach A Knowledgeable Lawyers Today.

At Eric S. Neumann, APLC, I offer free and confidential consultations. Schedule an appointment by dialing 337-446-4556 or by contacting me via my online form.