Late-Life Divorce Lawyer
While divorce at any stage in a marriage brings concerns and consequences regarding division of assets, properties, child custody and benefits, there are issues that are distinctive to those involved in a late-life divorce. As the divorce rate for those over the age of 50 continues to rise, division of assets is a concern. Yet, other primary issues include debts, alimony or spousal support. Given that the state of Georgia divides assets according to equitable division, it is important to seek legal counsel from an experienced family lawyer if you are considering a late-life divorce.
In compliance with equitable division, assets are first classified as separate or marital, with marital assets subject to division. Even so, benefits such as retirement funds or pension plans may also be divided. It’s important to understand that late-life divorce cases are handled on a case-by-case basis. Thus, while child custody may not be of concern for you since your children are adults, you might have specific questions regarding other key expenses such as tuition for education or weddings.
Attorney Todd M. Boudreaux of the Boudreaux Law Firm in Augusta places a high value on personalized representation that is tailored to the needs of his clients. For legal insight that you can trust, contact the Boudreaux Law Firm to schedule a free consultation.
Experienced Legal Guidance for Late-Life and Complicated Divorces
Regardless of the reasons leading to a late-life divorce, most concerns revolve around division of assets and properties. Yet, specific issues also include debts and spousal support. Given that Georgia is an equitable division state, parties may experience some degree of uncertainty involving what they will receive and their quality of life as they move forward. Without question, the divorce process for older spouses can prove complicated. This is why it is critical to understand your options and to develop healthy expectations about the process.
Providing experienced legal guidance for late-life and complicated divorces, the Boudreaux Law Firm continues to serve the greater Augusta area with excellence in client services. To schedule a free, confidential consultation to discuss your specific concerns, contact the Boudreaux Law Firm today.
Eastern Georgia Bankruptcy and Family Law Attorney
If you need help navigating difficult issues of a divorce, contact the Boudreaux Law Firm today to meet with one of our experienced Augusta attorneys. We offer free initial consultations for certain situations and competitive rates in family law cases. When you schedule an appointment with our firm, you will meet with an attorney, not a paralegal or secretary, to discuss all of your legal options.