Asset Division During Divorce

Litowich Law: Because You Deserve Better

Aside from establishing custody and parenting time, the bulk of the work in a divorce is dividing the parties’ assets and debts. While it may seem daunting, dividing assets and debts is mostly just math – except it’s a complicated story problem. Our expert attorneys are here to help you navigate that story to ensure you get a fair asset division.

Dividing assets and debts starts with identifying each and every asset and debt. The Litowich Law team harnesses technology to gather, organize, and analyze the data to ensure that nothing is missed. No matter how complicated your situation may be, we have the experience to handle it.

Litowich Law has relationships with accountants, business valuation experts, retirement valuation experts, and real estate agents. These relationships are invaluable to filling in the story part of the asset and debt division math equation. We utilize these relationships to fully evaluate the financial and asset situation for each of our clients. No stone will be left unturned.

Assets and debts can be divided through agreement or at court. Mediation can sometimes also be used to help settle disagreements without having to go to court. Litowich Law works diligently to prepare for trial and settlement to help their clients feel secure about the process and, more importantly, about their future.

Contact Us for Experienced Advocacy in Asset Division

Whether you are a small business owner or a stay-at-home parent, Litowich Law has the experience and resources to advocate for a property settlement that protects your interests and contributions. We'll work hard to make sure you get the equitable settlement you deserve. Based in Salem, our divorce attorneys practice throughout Oregon. Call 503-419-6422or email to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

Litowich Law: Because You Deserve Better

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