Divorce Lawyer William D. Schroeder Explains How to Protect Your Assets
Divorce Lawyer William D. Schroeder Explains How to Protect Your Assets
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Divorce is complicated, especially when the situation is contentious or hostile, and you need to protect your assets. Hiding them, however, is illegal and must be avoided.
How can you protect yourself?
Close joint accounts so that your spouse is unable to make extravagant purchases that could become your joint responsibility.
Open accounts in your own name to begin building individual credit. You can withdraw a reasonable amount from joint account to start your own personal account. This step ensures that you have access to the money you need for living expenses and divorce/lawyer costs.
Inventory your assets and be alert for any that go missing.
Safeguard any property that you fear could be damaged by an angry spouse.

A divorce attorney will advise you about the proper way to handle your assets and any other aspect of the divorce process. William D. Schroeder, Jr. has been helping people through divorce for over 30 years in the Philadelphia area. Call 215-822-2728 for a consultation today! Visit us online at : http://jrlaw.org/

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Views: 762
Uploaded: 3 years ago
Duration: 02:52
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Divorce is complicated, especially when the situation is contentious or hostile, and you need to protect your assets. Hiding them, however, is illegal and must be avoided.
How can you protect yourself?
Close joint accounts so that your spouse is unable to make extravagant purchases that could become your joint responsibility.
Open accounts in your own name to begin building individual credit. You can withdraw a reasonable amount from joint account to start your own personal account. This step ensures that you have access to the money you need for living expenses and divorce/lawyer costs.
Inventory your assets and be alert for any that go missing.
Safeguard any property that you fear could be damaged by an angry spouse.

A divorce attorney will advise you about the proper way to handle your assets and any other aspect of the divorce process. William D. Schroeder, Jr. has been helping people through divorce for over 30 years in the Philadelphia area. Call 215-822-2728 for a consultation today! Visit us online at : http://jrlaw.org/

This presentation contains images that were used under a Creative Commons License. Click here to see the full list of images and attributions:
https://app.contentsamurai.com/cc/22553
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