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Divorce Proceedings And Debt Relief
Divorce is one of the most common causes of financial hardship. Nearly all divorce actions have financial consequences that can last far into the financial futures of both parties, causing financial difficulties that affect everyone, including children and new relationships. While many divorce attorneys specialize in divorce law, very few have the experience or skill to truly understand or resolve the long-term financial impact of even the simplest divorce.
Don’t sign any Separation Agreement or Divorce Order that hasn’t been reviewed by our experienced legal experts. We’ve helped thousands of Connecticut residents survive the perilous financial hardships that occur in all divorce proceedings.
Divorce Requires That Joint Financial Obligations Need Permanent Legal Solutions
Future financial success requires expert legal advice before any divorce proceeding is properly concluded. Separating spouses from joint debt is critical to both parties’ future finances. Proper financial advice is a difficult but essential part of all good Divorce Decrees, a process that requires specialized debt relief counsel like the attorneys at the Law Offices of Neil Crane. Expert divorce attorneys rely on our office to assist their divorce clients to be certain that their rights and financial obligations are properly addressed before the divorce is completed.
To learn more about joint debt relief in divorce proceedings, contact us for a free consultation at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 888-249-3027. We will be happy to sit with you and discuss your options.
Divorce and Financial Documentation
Legally perfected post-divorce documentation is critical to long-term financial separation and success. The following steps are essential:
- Make sure divorce-ordered deeds are properly transferred on the Land Records
- Terminate all joint bank accounts, credit cards, and other financial accounts
- Get Powers of Attorney to cover any possible future mortgage problems
Relying on an ex-spouse to pay joint obligations past the date of the Divorce leaves both parties completely and permanently exposed for all joint debt in full. Don’t let it happen to you.
If you are experiencing frustration, confusion or difficulty dealing with divorce and your joint obligations, give us a call for a free consultation. We can be reached at 203-230-2233 or toll free at 1-888-249-3027, or by completing our online contact form.