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Sound Counsel And Representation Through The Divorce Process

Your divorce may be the most difficult process you go through in life. I am here to help alleviate your burdens, provide sound legal counsel and represent your interests so that you have a solid foundation for a brighter future after your divorce.

As a family law attorney with more than 30 years of experience, I can guide you through every aspect of the divorce process, including matters of child custody and marital property division.

To discuss your concerns, please call me in Bowling Green at 270-936-8123 or complete my contact form. I serve clients in communities throughout South Central Kentucky.

Make Sure You Consider The Financial Impact Of Your Property Settlement

My goal as your attorney is to leave you in the best position possible after your divorce, which includes your financial well-being. Your property settlement can have a major impact on your future. Does the way in which you choose to divide your property:

  • Leave you with enough liquidity to pay your daily bills?
  • Provide you with enough security for your retirement?
  • Account for depreciation or built-in gain?
  • Factor tax implications into the determination of value?
  • Consider whether your income-earning capacity makes it easier to save money?

With more than 30 years of experience as a lawyer in family and business matters, I can provide you with knowledgeable advice on the benefits and consequences of your property decisions.

Equitable Division Is Based On Fairness, Not A 50-50 Split

In Kentucky, marital property is divided based on the theory of equitable distribution. Spouses often make the mistake of assuming that equitable means a 50-50 split of all assets. While the property settlement could result in this percentage division, it is not the legal standard. Equitable division involves the consideration of what is fair for both parties based on the circumstances.

With limited exceptions, all assets and liabilities acquired during the marriage are considered part of the marital estate and subject to equitable division or allocation. It does not matter whose paycheck funded a purchase or which name is listed on a deed or title.

Considering Filing For Divorce? I Work To Keep Your Costs Down.

My goal is to leave you in the best financial position possible. When you become my client, I work with you to help you reduce the cost of your divorce. Call me at 270-936-8123 or send me an email to learn more about how I can help you.