New Orleans Property Division Attorney

The laws surrounding divorce and property division in Louisiana are highly complex and technical. In fact, there are seemingly countless factors that can impact a property award. Because of this, trying to navigate temporary or permanent property division without a qualified lawyer could cause an irrevocable loss of assets that are rightfully yours.

Therefore, as soon as you and your spouse make the decision to end your marriage, it is vital to hire an experienced and knowledgeable family law firm. With the help of a skilled attorney, you can ensure that your property rights are protected — not only for your sake, but also for that of your children.

Divorce In Louisiana: Are Your Property Rights Protected?

When you work with Phillips Law, LLC, we address a wide range of issues in property division, such as:

  • Community versus separate property
  • Asset tracing
  • Inheritances
  • Retirement accounts
  • Real property
  • High-asset and high net worth property division
  • Marital fraud
  • Hidden assets
  • Removing marital money from the estate
  • Incurring debts against the marital estate

Temporary And Permanent Property Division

Our firm offers comprehensive legal guidance to help you address both immediate and long-term property division issues.

Immediate property division issues: Even if you and your spouse agree upon who will use the car or live in the family homestead before the divorce is finalized, it is important to work with a law firm that can inform you of your rights, build a solid claim, and obtain actual temporary orders to ensure you have what you need until the final divorce order is granted.

Long-term/permanent property division issues: To help you protect what is rightfully yours during your divorce, our lawyers conduct a thorough assessment of your financial accounts, assets and real property. We properly categorize all items as separate or community, and when appropriate, we call upon the expertise of a forensic accountant in order to support your position. After helping you identify your legal goals, we will aggressively pursue a final award that achieves these objectives.

Metairie Complex Property Division Lawyer

At Phillips Law, LLC, we are committed to helping our clients successfully resolve their legal issues with skill and compassion. Contact us at 504-521-7799 to discuss your matter with a dedicated New Orleans property division lawyer.

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