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Protecting yourself and your assets during divorce is crucial

When going through a divorce, the wellbeing of the children involved in the marriage always takes priority over the other aspects of the process. While spouses will discuss the needs of their children, ultimately it is either the divorcing parents that will determine custody and support or the courts that will rule on child custody and child support Nonetheless, it is also important to protect yourself from your own assets during the divorce process.

The divorce process can wreak havoc on your mind. There are so many decisions to be made, emotions to deal with and fears of the future and drastic change on your life. If you find yourself on the short end of a decision or if you neglected to protect yourself, it may also affect your children.

For couples involved in a high asset or complex divorce, the stakes are even higher. All assets and debts must be accounted for and included during the property division phase of a divorce. This includes not only property and monies shared during the marriage but also assets such as business assets, investment and retirement funds such as a 401(k). The other side will have lawyers working hard on their behalf. In these matters, it is essential to take measures to protect your children, yourself and your future by having a strong team at your side.

While going through a divorce, it is important to protect your rights and interests; therefore, having a strong professional team may help. The law offices of Turken and Porzenski, L.L.C. have been serving the St. Charles metropolitan area for nearly two decades. But don't just take our word for it. Our team has been listed among the "Best Lawyers" By St. Louis Magazine. We are here to serve you with any aspect of divorce, whether it is child custody, child support, alimony, property division, paternity and high asset divorce.

To learn more, check out our high asset divorce website. No matter the divorce issue you are currently dealing with, it is important to understand the options available to you. This not only protects you but also anyone else involved such as a child.

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