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Practical decisions rule during property division negotiations

Going through a divorce can challenge anyone.

While it is easy to become overwhelmed by everything that is going on it is important to stay focused, and closely consider all the ways that different options can impact your future.

Property division is one of the harder areas of divorce for many people because it involves having to split up everything from the silverware to the real estate holdings.

Property division is only further complicated when you and your ex determine that you want the same assets.

Needless to say, experienced counsel - like that provided at Bashian P.C. - is necessary to negotiate this process.

Once the assets are handled, you will have to move forward with paying out the debts of the marriage. This doesn't have to be done by one person. Instead, you and your ex can each take on specific debts to keep things in check.

We know that you have a lot going through your mind right now. You can't let your personal ties to these options come out. Your ex might fight harder for assets if they know that there are some that you really want. It is best to go into the negotiations with an unreadable look and a willingness to compromise if you want to be more successful.

We work closely with you throughout your divorce process to ensure that your rights are being respected and that you know your options. Your divorce is your first step toward creating the life that you deserve after such a tough marriage.

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