Preparing For The Possibility Of Divorce: Asset Protection Strategies

Divorce is not something any married couple aspires toward. Yet, given the high number of marriages that end in divorce, it is always wise to prepare for the possibility. Implementing proactive measures now can give you peace of mind knowing that, should unexpected circumstances arise down the road, your interests are protected.

At Burbank & Collins, P.S.C., we can help you put the right measures into place to protect what's important to you. Our lawyer will undertake a thorough examination of your financial situation. After gaining a full understanding of your finances and goals, she will advise you on effective tools and strategies for accomplishing your objectives.

As a family law attorney with decades of experience, Reneaux Collins understands all facets of divorce – including how to prepare for possibilities. Her niche focus on serving high net worth clients and her leadership in the family law field give her a unique vantage point.

From our office in Louisville, we work with clients across Kentucky.

Pursuing The Right Strategies

We offer guidance on all aspects of asset protection, including:

  • Securing your inheritances or other forms of multigenerational wealth
  • Protecting investments and property you owned prior to the marriage
  • Maintaining nonmarital property and avoiding commingling of assets, which can render those assets susceptible to property division during divorce
  • Avoiding common pitfalls that can jeopardize your financial interests

These steps can be taken during or before the marriage. A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement may be necessary for fully effectuating your goals. Even after entering an agreement, changes in your financial situation may warrant re-examining the safeguards you have in place. It is never too soon – or too late – to seek professional guidance on protecting the property and assets that are important to you.

Get Started

To arrange a private consultation with attorney Reneaux Collins, please call 502-785-8215 or contact us online.