Step 10 When Planning for a Divorce

In this video, Duluth Divorce Attorney David Ward shares the 10th step when planning for a divorce.

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Hi, I'm David Ward from the Ward Law Firm and I help protect business owners who are facing divorce.

At this point in the video series we're at step number ten. My contact information will follow at the end. If you're still watching this video you probably are facing a serious situation. If we go back to our first recommendation - speaking to an attorney early on in the process - I want to let you know that I offer a free real case analysis where we sit down together, review the facts, and evaluate the legal strategies that are available to you. We'll analyze which ones are going to be the most effective in your case and create a list of next actions for you to take.

If you're at this point and you're facing a divorce give me a call and we can talk about what we can do to help place you in the best position possible.

Step number ten is to make sure that you're strict about access to your finances and your credit. It is not uncommon in a divorce situation for emotions run high - people are angry and even bitter. People will do things just to be spiteful and vindictive. One of the easiest things people can do to try and get back at somebody else is either run a tremendous amount of debt or spend down a bunch of assets or even transfer assets so the other party doesn't have access to them. You want to make sure that your situation is going to be protected from those things happening.

Courts have something called “standing orders” in which they say in no uncertain terms is either party allowed to do these things. But unfortunately those are just pieces of paper and parties can still do those things - even though they do come with heavy consequence due to the court orders. But better not to place yourself in that position. So, if you're facing a divorce and you're trying to prepare and put yourself in the best position possible make sure that you restrict access to your credit and make sure you restrict access to your financial assets.

I am David Ward from the Ward Law Firm and I help protect the business owner who is facing a divorce.

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Whether your divorce involves asset and debt division, financial support, or child custody, the mental and emotional toll can be overwhelming. Having a complete and honest assessment of what to expect throughout the divorce process substantially reduces the doubt and uncertainty that many people experience. Gwinnett County divorce attorney David Ward has the experience to know that even the most complex issues have solutions, and he fights to ensure that your best interests remain the focus.

It is vital to pursue legal matters carefully and consciously with an experienced family lawyer like David Ward who will guide and keep you informed as your case progresses. Unlike most divorce lawyers in Gwinnett County, David Ward has a strong background in finance and accounting. He uses his deep understanding of finances to tackle complex situations regarding property and asset division.

We know that there are few situations in life that are more difficult than divorce. The decisions you make early on in your case may affect you and your children’s lives well into the future. We understand the difficulties you are now facing and we want you to know that we are here to help. In fact, our Duluth law firm has been helping folks just like you work through their divorces and family law issues for over a decade. Contact a divorce attorney Duluth or a Gwinnett County family law attorney today at 770-383-1973 to schedule your REAL Case Analysis.


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