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Protecting Your Property In A Divorce

Property division is a critical aspect of a divorce. It will determine what assets and property you can take forward into the next chapter of your life.

In Oklahoma, property is divided in a fair and equitable manner. This means that the judge will make the final decision in which piece of property will go to which spouse, with both spouses walking away with an equitable share. It is important to have an attorney who deeply understands the property division process and can protect your interests in this process that is ultimately left to the judge’s discretion.

Strategies In Division Of Marital Property That Will Protect Your Interests

At the law offices of David W. Smith II PLLC, our attorney and team will meticulously review your assets, accounts and debt, putting together innovative strategies to present to the judge. We are committed to protecting your financial future during the division of property.

If you are going through a divorce, please call our law firm today at 405-400-9244 to learn about your options in property division and how we can help.

During property division in divorce, all assets and debt will be evaluated and divided. This includes the house, cars, retirement accounts, investment accounts, collections, real estate, valuables and small businesses. It will also include all debt held between the couple, including credit card debt and medical debt.

We will carefully tabulate and value all assets, putting together creative plans for how to divide the property equitably, while protecting your interests. Our attorneys will thoroughly educate you on everything you need to know, as well as what you can expect.

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For more information, or to schedule a free 30-minute consultation, call 405-400-9244. You may also send our attorney an email. You can meet over the phone or by videoconference. Evening appointments available by request.