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Dividing Property And Assets During Divorce

Divorces are difficult, especially when children and properties are involved. Not only do divorcing couples face issues of child support and custody, assets must also be divided — or sold — and the proceeds split between them. If you own property or assets — such as a home or business interest — consult an attorney who is experienced with all issues of family law and property division for help.

Professional Legal Assistance With Property Division During Your Divorce

At Case & Dusterhoff, LLP, we are dedicated to supporting and guiding you through your divorce in a civil and professional manner. Whether through the mediation process or during a heated lawsuit, we provide you with calm support and aggressive protection of your rights.

Business Division And Asset Valuation Issues Of Divorce In Oregon

If you own a small mom-and-pop store or a large corporation, your divorce — or the divorce of a co-owner or major stakeholder — can cause complications far beyond the personal and financial aspects of the individuals involved.

With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, we know the valuation and financial analysis issues that can arise. Our lawyers will guide you and your entity through any complicated business law issues that can arise with a divorce.

You Have Too Much To Lose. Call Us Today

From our law firm in Beaverton, we serve clients throughout Oregon and Washington, including all cities in Washington County and Multnomah County. No divorce or property division matter is too large or small for us to handle. You deserve the best results possible, and we emphasize realistic and long-term solutions no matter what issues you face.

Call us locally at 503-607-8218 or toll free at 800-658-0167, or send us an email to schedule your free initial consultation. The legal team at Case & Dusterhoff, LLP, will fight to protect your interests.

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