Knowledgeable Guidance In A High-Asset Divorce
Any divorce has the potential to become extremely complicated and challenging for both spouses involved. When the divorce also involves significant assets from one or both spouses, things can become even more complicated. Thankfully, it is possible to navigate through a high-asset divorce with a minimum of stress and expense.
Attorney Ann M. Credle of Ann M. Credle, P.A. has more than 20 years of experience helping North Carolina residents through even the most challenging divorces. She knows what it takes to properly prepare for divorce and help her clients pursue the best possible outcome.
Prepare For Divorce With Experience On Your Side
The more prepared your attorney is for your high-asset divorce, the better your outcome can be. In this type of divorce, there is much that you can stand to gain or lose, which is why you want to be sure you are getting the most from your attorney.
Attorney Credle has in-depth knowledge in all areas related to a high-asset divorce, such as:
- Division of property
- Financial and retirement account considerations
- Child custody and visitation
- Spousal maintenance/alimony
- Child support
Ann M. Credle’s goal is to provide her clients with the care and representation they deserve from their divorce attorney. She wants to see her clients obtain the best possible outcome in their divorce, and she knows how to fight for it.
While it is often favorable to pursue low-conflict negotiations in a divorce, you should also prepare yourself for complicated litigation. Ann M. Credle is not afraid of fighting for you so that you can receive the assets you need to move to the next chapter of your life.
Do Not Wait To Protect Your Interests
Whether you are considering filing for a divorce or you are already in the middle of the process, make sure you have an attorney you can trust at your side.
If you are in the Durham area or beyond, contact Ann M. Credle’s office by calling 919-213-7449 or emailing her here. Now is the best time to schedule your initial consultation, so act today.