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Aurora Property Division Lawyers
In Colorado, the division of property in a divorce is an equitable division. Equitable means fair, not necessarily equal. Having a strong negotiator representing your best interests can help ensure that you are able to effectively pursue goals such as keeping the family home.
The division of property often involves negotiation on a number of issues, including:
Debt Division Is Common Element Of Property Division
Many couples are still reeling from the recession that began years ago. This means that many divorcing couples have debt that must be divided. Excessive debt is a main contributing factor to divorce. Credits cards and other forms of debt must be thoughtfully divided. We work to ensure that our clients are only responsible for the debt that they have accepted following a divorce.
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At Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys at Law, we are committed to helping our clients begin the next chapter of their lives in the strongest possible position after a divorce. Leaving a marriage with the assets and property you deserve can be key to the successful establishment of a new household. No one should have to shoulder an unfair portion of debt from a marriage. Our attorneys have the extensive experience necessary to be able to help you achieve your goals for the division of property component of your divorce.
Begin Property Division With Us
If you are concerned about the division of property in your divorce, an experienced lawyer can help. The Aurora property division attorneys of Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, are committed to helping you effectively navigate the obstacles confronting you. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 720-863-4256 or contact us online.
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