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Specialty tag(s): Pre-Divorce Guidance, High Net Worth Divorce, Divorce

Strategies to Protect Your Financial Assets During a Divorce

Thomas A. Greenwald | March 5, 2024

Like many situations in life, when you get a divorce, knowledge is power. The most effective asset protection strategy for a divorce starts with equipping yourself with the knowledge you need before you begin the legal process. If you’re contemplating divorce, here are the first steps you need to take to help protect your financial assets:

  1. Think about how you want this process to end. What are your goals? Which assets are you willing to compromise on, and what are your absolute must-haves?
  2. Assemble all of your documentation, including information about how and when you attained your financial assets and how much they’re worth.
  3. Contact a seasoned divorce attorney who can give you sound legal advice and devise a solid asset protection strategy that will work for your situation.

The Texas family law attorneys at Goranson Bain Ausley are well-equipped to help you navigate the intricacies of divorce and preserve as much of your assets as possible. Contact us today for a consultation to get started.

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