The one certainty in any divorce is that both parties’ lives will change dramatically. If you have young children, their well-being and your ongoing relationships with them must be your primary concern. Beyond these vital issues, the most common sources of serious disputes are the distribution of marital property and the division of sizable assets.
When it comes to divorce, you have a lot to lose. The custody of your children, your property, assets and finances are all on the line. The worst mistake you can make is settling for an average attorney with limited legal resources. I have successfully represented men and women from all backgrounds. There is no cookie-cutter approach. Because each divorce and client is different, it is vital to choose an a Salt Lake City asset and property division attorney that can properly adapt to each individual case and create the best plan to protect your interests.
Whether you have relatively modest assets to divide in your Utah divorce or you have substantial wealth, choosing the right lawyer may prove critical for your future. If your case calls for a Salt Lake City asset and property division attorney with many years of high asset divorce experience and a strong background in analyzing and presenting financial data, I encourage you to contact me, Emy A. Cordano, Attorney at Law.
I am extremely diligent in protecting my clients’ financial interests and future financial stability. This includes demanding full financial disclosure from the opposition and ensuring that all assets are properly valued. Whether your divorce case can be resolved through negotiation, mediation is required or you must go all the way through trial. You will have an Salt Lake City asset and property division attorney on your side prepared to:
There is simply no substitute for representation by a resourceful, financially savvy family lawyer when it comes to division of property and debts in divorce. I will thoroughly address all your concerns and offer practical counsel on issues ranging from who will stay in the family home to division of retirement accounts and complex investments or business interests.