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Division Of Property And Debt In Minnesota

Your future is about to change, and the decisions you make today will determine whether or not you are protected financially. At the law offices of Burns & Hansen, P.A., we help individuals in Minneapolis and throughout the greater Twin Cities area with the division of assets and debt in a divorce. You may have more options than you realize, and we will make sure your rights are protected no matter what happens.

Looking Out For You Now And In The Years To Come

Every person going through a divorce faces different challenges. If you have a modest amount of assets acquired during your marriage with little debt, then coming up with a fair property division plan is relatively easy. There are simple measures set up to distribute 401(k) savings, IRAs and other long-term investments.

However, if you have substantial debt or major investments such as a business, your challenges may be more complex. Our attorneys have significant experience handling high-asset and debt divorces. We will help you explore all options, including bankruptcy and debt negotiation, prior to or during your divorce. We will also consider your future income opportunities in order to come up with creative solutions as we negotiate a property division settlement to meet your particular situation.

You may feel like you are the only one facing these challenges, but most people go into divorce with more debts than assets, especially during a tough economy. We will take a look at where you want to be and where you want your kids to be five, 10 or 15 years from now so we can put you in a position for future opportunity and success.

Helping People Find A Path To A New Beginning. Contact Us Today.

Property division is your first chance to start planning for your new future. From our offices in Minneapolis, we will help you come up with a plan tailored to your immediate needs and long-term goals. Call 952-219-7897 or contact us online today to schedule your free initial discussion with a property division lawyer.