Divorce Lawyers in Troy, Michigan
Determining if a divorce is the right solution is often one of the hardest decisions an individual has to make. Many people contemplate getting a divorce for years with concerns about their children and how their financial situation will be affected. Other individuals feel confident that a divorce will provide them with much-needed relief and a fresh start. At the Law Offices of Ronald M. Bookholder, we are available to tailor our legal services based on your unique situation.
Our law firm'../CM/Custom/Attorneys.asp">divorce attorneys in Troy, Michigan, have more than 50 years of combined experience representing clients in Oakland County, Wayne County and Macomb County. We have the skills and resources to handle highly complex divorces involving substantial assets and debts. Our legal team will apply our years of experience and legal skills to help you navigate through the legal process, while preserving your best interests.
At the Law Offices of Ronald M. Bookholder, we understand the raw emotions that can bubble up to the surface during divorce negotiations. We offer skilled advocacy tempered with strong judgment in pursuit of obtaining constructive resolutions without a long, drawn-out courtroom battle. Put our experience to work for you. Contact our law firm online or call 877-502-7892 to schedule a consultation.
Pursuing an Equitable Distribution of Marital Property
At the Law Offices of Ronald M. Bookholder, we are committed to protecting your fair share of the property. In Michigan, divorcing parties are entitled to an equitable distribution of the marital estate. We have experience working with industry-leading experts including forensic accountants to help secure clients' rights in all property-related matters, including:
- Business evaluation
- Division of marital property
- Separation of premarital or inherited property
- Division of retirement accounts
- Division of investments
Part of our focus includes determining the value and extent of your marital estate. We will review your financial records to understand how your financial affairs were handled and to determine if there are separate property assets. The facts will determine whether separate property assets are subject to division in a divorce.
Contact Our Macomb County Divorce Agreement Attorneys
If you have questions about filing for divorce, entrust our law firm to help secure your legal rights. We understand that everyone's situation is unique. We will listen to your concerns and legal needs to help us develop an effective strategy.
Put our experience to work for you. Contact our law firm online or call 877-502-7892 to schedule a consultation in Troy, Michigan.We are committed to representing clients in Oakland County, Wayne County and Macomb County.