An Efficient Protector Of Your Finances
Divorce is a legal and financial event. Properly dividing your assets and securing an equitable division is vital to starting your single life with the resources you need. At The Law Office of Catherine Verdery Ryan, we have been helping clients with property division matters and complex divorces for over 30 years. Ms. Ryan knows what it takes to efficiently and effectively gather evidence and obtain a fair division of assets.
Property Division Basics
Property division refers to the process of gathering information on the total assets and debts of the parties to the divorce and then dividing them in a way that is fair. An equitable division may or may not mean an equal division of all assets.
Your marital assets eligible for a division may include:
- The marital house
- Retirement accounts (IRAs, 401(k). pensions)
- Stocks and stock options
- Bank accounts
- Business ownership interests
- Personal property such as vehicles, household goods, furniture ,and jewelry
- Other investments
- Debts incurred during the marriage (credit cards, personal loans, mortgages, etc.)
Ms. Ryan is an experienced Augusta divorce lawyer who will ensure you have the resources to obtain a complete picture of your finances. She has built a network of outside professionals who can provide assistance if needed, including tax specialists, accountants, property appraisers, and real estate agents.
Everything Necessary To Protect Your Finances
Catherine Ryan’s job is to protect her clients’ finances. That means safeguarding your financial future. She will not prolong the divorce unnecessarily or take any superfluous steps. Ms. Ryan will work directly with you to determine what you need after the divorce to be financially and emotionally stable. Once that is established, she will work effectively to get you where you need to be. When dividing assets in a divorce, her first priority is securing your financial situation both today and in the future.
Learn More About How We Protect Your Finances By Calling Today For A Free Phone Consultation
She offers a phone consultation. She replies promptly to questions and concerns because she understands the importance of your legal issue. Contact us online or call us at 706-251-7612 to begin protecting your financial future with an established divorce attorney today.
We only practice in the state of Georgia.