Property & Debt Division

Your children and your assets are typically the most important things you must navigate throughout a divorce proceeding. Each party wants that which he or she is entitled to. An experienced lawyer can help you determine what path to take in order to arrive at the best outcome possible.

Missouri is an equitable division state. Meaning, the court will take everything you own within the marriage and assign it a value and the amount of debt. After which, a large line is drawn down the middle in an effort to equitably, but not necessarily equally, divide assets, debt and property. Every effort will be made to ensure that the division is reasonable and sensible for both parties.

Select A Decisive Greene County Asset And Debt Distribution Lawyer

At the law firm of Lisha Prater Seery, LLC, Lisha Prater Seery works diligently with her clients to help determine the value of these assets and debt. By taking a close look at your property, she is able to help you anticipate and prepare for a profitable future.

If you would like to avoid the complications and expense of the court system, where decisions will essentially be made for you, you can opt for mediation. Drawing on more than 15 years of experience, attorney Prater is highly skilled in navigating the terms of a divorce in a mediation setting in a forward-thinking, productive manner.

Contact Lisha Prater Seery, LLC, For More Information

To schedule your initial consultation with a Springfield property division lawyer, call 417-459-4390 or email. The firm offers a military discount for those who have served 10 or more years, or are currently serving. Flexible payment options and reasonable rates are available, as are evening and weekend appointments.