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Helping you navigate the property division process

Divorce is never easy to initiate. Even when spouses believe that the timing is right and it is the best step for them to take, it is an emotional and often complex process. Additionally, dissolution requires spouses to make serious and complex decisions. This can result in disputes, and even a lengthy process to sort through the issues and reach a resolution.

Property division is one of the most contentious divorce issues. Many divorcing couples in Missouri are unsure what is truly theirs; however, they intend to take steps to ensure they leave the divorce process with what is rightfully theirs. At Turken and Porenski, LLC, our experienced legal team understands the ins and outs and complexities of the property division process.

Our skilled attorneys can help you sort through your assets, assisting with correctly identifying assets and property as marital and nonmarital. While this might seem like a simple and straightforward process, this is often a difficult task. Therefore, we are prepared to utilize financial professionals to determine what assets are involved and what they are valued at.

Whether or not a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement are involved in the union, we can help you protect separate property such as inheritances, gifts from third parties and property owned prior to marriage. With regards to marital property, we will ensure you get a fair and equitable division.

To learn more, check out our law firm's property division information on our website. Even when spouses are able to approach divorce is an agreeable manner, disagreements and disputes can happen. Therefore, it is imperative to take steps to ensure a fair divorce agreement is timely reached.

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