“Can be Calm, Efficient and Expedient”
A “Collaborative Divorce,” when you and your spouse are 50-60 something it is your best solution to have a consultation with an attorney at The Marin Law Firm. We can help you find a pathway to an equitable division of assets.
Getting a divorce when you are semi-retired or retired does not have to include going to a courtroom and arguing your case in front of a judge. With the benefit of life experiences, you know the power of making your own decisions, rather someone dictating to you how to divide your assets and debts.
“We believe in the power of finding solutions that are unique to the couple. Many times, the final agreement is nothing that a court would have been able to create.”
At the Marin Law Firm, our role is as a neutral party that gathers both spouse’s financial information and explain the findings to the couple, so that both parties are clear on their current financial situation. Once a person has certainty over there current financial situation, the decision-making process can move more easily.
We will assist you in getting the information you need to make the best financial settlement for your divorce.
We can help you get the answers you need, for example:
a. Do I have all the information I need about our finances to be able to make good financial decisions;
b. What do I need to maintain a somewhat equivalent stable standard of living;
c. Does my estate plan reflect my new priorities?
Please contact attorney Carmelina Marin at The Marin Law Firm at (407) 449-7804 for a consultation to find a pathway to your goals.
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