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Protecting Assets in Divorce – Do I Need an Attorney?

On Behalf of | Aug 25, 2014 | Divorce |

While it is possible to represent yourself in any court proceeding, it is not always advisable.  There are many intricacies to the legal process that, if unknown, can cause you to leave your marriage and subsequent divorce in a compromised financial situation.  The State of Colorado Judicial Website has over 150 forms used in the domestic law courts! That is a confusing road to navigate. Throw in the high emotional impact to your life and you aren’t likely to be able to make the best choices for a good financial outcome.

A good attorney will have your best interests as his or her main concern — without the distraction of emotion that goes hand in hand with a divorce.  They should be compassionate and caring, but ultimately their goal should be to assist in getting the best outcome for you.

The attorneys at the Pearman Law Firm have combined experience in divorce totaling over 38 years. Shaun Pearman, Daniel Westhoff and Karli Danielsen regularly represent clients who have a high net worth as well as those of more moderate means. All three approach their cases with their clients financial interests as a primary focal point. They can guide you through the maze of the process.  This frees you to attend to the other aspects of rebuilding and moving on with your life.

Divorce is not an easy thing to experience.  The process is confusing and can raise your frustration level exponentially.  Let us help lighten the load.

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