Divorce · Marital Property Division · Business Asset Division
Divorce brings fear of an uncertain future. One household is becoming two, requiring the division of assets that is fair and equitable to both sides. Cases involving marital property division combine legal complexities with emotional elements. Each spouse wants to ensure that he or she at least will have some semblance of financial stability.
At the office of Susan Kirwan, Attorney at Law, I am a divorce lawyer who has protected the rights of men and women both locally and throughout the Greater Baltimore area. For several years, I have emphasized an individualized approach in dealing with my clients. They have a voice and I listen. I focus on their specific and sometimes unique goals in property division. From there, I develop tailored strategies to secure the best outcome.
Contact my office online or call me at 410-244-1456 to set up an initial consultation.
Maryland Asset Attorney
Couples married over a long period of time have likely accumulated many assets together. Money was put into the family home. A successful small business was established and developed over time by a husband and wife.
Conversely, a wife may have sacrificed a career to focus on raising children. A pension by the her husband will provide him financial security. But, what about her? With the court's focus on treating both spouses fairly, she can secure a part of that retirement account.
Oftentimes, challenges exist with self-employed and business-owning spouses. Company accounts are hidden. Business proceeds were used to buy personal assets, sometimes to avoid paying corporate taxes. Regardless of the reason, my job is to get to the facts and identify concealed assets and manipulated financial records.
To set up an initial consultation with an experienced Baltimore property division attorney, contact me via e-mail or call me at 410-244-1456. All meetings are by appointment. My office is open on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted.
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