One of the areas where divorcing couples can find difficulty is when dividing financial assets and liabilities. If this is your first going through the divorce process, you might feel especially uneasy at the prospect of having to work with your former partner in finding an equitable way to split things up. When you need help in the negotiation phase of your divorce, you want to have a trusted legal team by your side.
With the law offices of Charles & Boni-Vendola, LLC in Greenwich and North Haven, CT, you can rest easy knowing that you have a talented team of trusted legal professionals during the negotiation of financial division. Talk to our team about your needs so that you can work toward a positive resolution that allows you to move on with your life. Speak with us today to learn more about your options in your Connecticut divorce.
Find A Dedicated Attorney To Help You Through Financial Division
When you start the divorce process, you might be overwhelmed at the significant emotional toll of ending this relationship. It is important to remember that there are also legal steps that you need to take in order to complete your divorce, and the state of Connecticut is very clear in is wording about one specific area of ending a marriage in the eyes of the court. This area is in the separation of financial assets and liabilities between the two divorcing parties.
Connecticut requires that all property and debts be divided equitably. While this does not necessarily mean equal, your judge will be able to determine what they feel is appropriate. The negotiation process can be beneficial because it allows you and your former spouse to come to some form of agreement in the separation of financial wealth of your family.
Your Lawyer Can Help You To Understand Your Moves During Negotiation
During the negotiation phase of your divorce, you do not want to find yourself alone against a skilled team of lawyers. They will understand the law, and they will also have verbal tools to try and give their client a better outcome. Sometimes, clients can be caught off-guard in these moments, so be sure that you have a talented attorney with you so that you can better know your rights and responsibilities. Speak with our team to learn more about your options at every step of the way in your divorce.
Talk To Our Attorneys About Your Connecticut Divorce
If you are ready to end your marriage, speak with our team of helpful legal professionals today. Give us a call and let us know about your situation so that we can help you to reach a resolution that helps you move on with your life. For more information, speak with Charles & Boni-Vendola, LLC with offices in Greenwich and North Haven, CT by calling (203)234-1000 today.