An Effective Attorney Guiding You Through Property Division Matters
Property division is among the many steps related to divorce that couples must confront and resolve. It may be sad enough that your marriage has crumbled, but now you also must deal with dividing the assets that the two of you accumulated during your marriage. The list may include the house, motor vehicles, real estate investments, retirement accounts and bank accounts.
This is the time that you need an effective, experienced lawyer who has a proven reputation for achieving results. Judith Trentman Wilson, Attorney at Law, P.C., of Belleville, Illinois, is a dependable problem-solver that can provide you with the legal steady hand you need in determining what properties you rightfully deserve.
You’ve Accumulated Many Assets During The Marriage
My firm will listen to your concerns as we are client-focused and understanding. A divorce can be a stressful experience, and now you must determine what properties and assets belong to you. You had invested in your marriage for years, you accumulated some property, and much of those assets belong to you. Those properties and assets may include:
- Your home
- Vacation properties and real estate investments
- The family business – if you and your spouse were partners in such an endeavor
- Retirement accounts
- Financial investments such as stocks, bonds, money markets and certificate of deposits
My firm can tackle complicated legal issues. We have roots in the Midwest, and have been part of the community for years. I will work with you and listen to your concerns, and try to achieve the results you desire.
A Compassionate Attorney Who Listens
If you are going through a divorce, you need an experienced attorney who knows all facets of the legal process including property division matters. Judith Trentman Wilson, Attorney at Law, P.C., of Belleville, Illinois, is a client-focused firm that is effective, compassionate and committed to protecting your interests. For a free consultation, call my firm at 618-207-4032.