If you and your spouse have determined that it’s time to get a divorce, you may be wondering how the settlement will end. Louisiana is unique in that it’s a community property state. This means that regardless of what happens, the community property settlement must be equal.
That being said, the way that the property is divided isn’t always a cut-and-dry process. There are other factors to consider including taxes, debt assignments, asset distributions, child support, spousal support and more.
Because every divorce is different, it’s important that you meet with a group of qualified professionals who can navigate these sometimes challenging and often confusing waters. With so many emotions involved and significant amounts of money on the line, you need someone unattached to the situation with a clear head. The team at Hoffman Divorce Strategies is all that and more.
Together, we’ll work with you and your legal term to determine which financial settlement makes the most sense for you and your family. Any questions or concerns that you have, we’ll be happy to answer along the way. Ultimately, we want you to feel confident transitioning into this next phase of your life. Divorce is difficult, but we’re here to make it less so.