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Preserve Your Valuable And Complex Assets In Divorce

When one or both spouses possess valuable or complex assets, divorce comes with extra complications. Without experienced legal counsel, you stand to lose money, real estate, business interests and other crucial assets. You need to work with an attorney who has experience handling these assets and can obtain the most favorable divorce arrangement available to you.

At the law firm of Laura Robbins Law, L.L.C., our attorneys provide sophisticated yet approachable counsel to Pennsylvania individuals going through a divorce. Our goal is to protect your assets to the fullest extent.

Our attorneys regularly assist clients with issues such as:

  • Uncovering hidden assets
  • Valuing businesses
  • Dividing business interests
  • Distributing retirement benefits
  • Calculating tax implications

Our lawyers do not shy away from these difficult tasks; instead, we embrace them. If you face a complicated divorce due to significant assets, we are prepared to represent you.

Keeping Child Support And Alimony Issues Clear And Fair

Many divorces involve child support as well as spousal support, alimony pendente lite and alimony. Perhaps you are concerned that paying support will eat up a large portion of your income and assets. Maybe you worry that you will not receive enough support to sustain your current lifestyle.

Our attorneys have represented clients on both sides of this issue. No matter how complicated your particular case, we will fight to obtain a support arrangement favorable to you.

Get Simple, Cost-Effective Counsel For Your Complex Divorce

Divorce is notoriously expensive, but our firm’s attorneys strive to provide cost-efficient representation. You will receive top-quality counsel that does not deplete your hard-won assets.

Discuss your situation in a confidential consultation. Our legal staff can evaluate your case in detail and provide realistic expectations of what will happen to your assets. Contact our office in State College by calling 814-753-4625 or by sending an email.