Rolling Meadows Property and Financial Settlement Lawyers
Getting a divorce or separation from your spouse will require you to go through a process of dividing up finances, property, and other items that you will take after you part ways. Having a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement for the marriage can help prevent having to deal with these issues if they were ever to arise. If you don’t have either agreement it is important to seek a property and finance settlement lawyer to help you sort through your issues and they will be able to advise you what decisions need to be made that are in your best interest.
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Some couples are able to work many of their issues out prior to visiting a lawyer but others cannot and trying to do this can possibly make problems worse than they were before. When a client comes to us we put our best foot forward in order to meet your goals and work through the settlement negotiations to seek fair resolutions. These resolutions will address your long-term needs and will make a significant difference in the long-term outcome of your final settlement.
Cosley Law has been helping struggling client’s piece together their lives for over 20 years by defending their rights in court and standing up for what they believe in. Splitting the assets of a couple can also include any debt the couple may have accumulated while they were together. Cases can become complicated when trying to figure out issues like this because couples may have also had debt before they got married.
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We work with our clients toward fair, negotiated settlements whenever possible. If the other side is not prepared to accept your meditated settlement, you will have an experienced property and finance settlement lawyer to represent you in court and will fight to protect your rights. If you are not prepared to settle with an agreement that the opposing party presents, our lawyers will do the best they can in order to meet your demands within the law.