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Over 20 Years Of Experience Handling Complex Family Law Matters

Property And Asset Division: A Local Team Providing Intelligent Solutions To Complex Financial Challenges

One of the most contentious issues in a divorce can be the division of property and other marital assets. At Pladson Law Office, our goal is to help you achieve an equitable property distribution through the protection and discovery of assets.

Our attorneys, DeAnn Pladson and Kristen Hushka, will work closely with you, take the time to fully understand and evaluate your finances and goals, and ultimately develop a strategy for achieving those goals through the most efficient and effective means possible.

We Look At All The Financial Factors

When it comes to a divorce, it's about more than just selling the home or diving up the bank accounts. There are numerous other factors that need to be considered, including:

As your lawyers, we will work to untangle your finances, and help you manage the information in a simple and easy to understand format.

We will also explain the potential benefits of negotiating the division of your property and assets through mediation or other alternative dispute resolution methods. By avoiding litigation, you and your spouse can decide the terms of your property division as well as numerous other aspects of your divorce. In the end, these ADR methods keep costs reasonable, make for more equitable and sustainable agreements and save all parties a great deal of frustration and stress.

Working With You To Reach The Best Possible Solution

Let our experience help you discover and identify your assets and negotiate a property division, which will be approved by the court.

Learn more about the division of assets during divorce by calling our Fargo law office at 701-356-7676 or by completing our contact form. Whether you live in Minnesota or North Dakota, we can provide you with the counsel and representation you need to protect your interests and prepare for your future post divorce.

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