Your Property settlement greatly affects your future plans. Getting this right matters. Don’t leave it to chance or accept less than you deserve.
You have worked hard, saved up, made an investment and purchased your dream property. You want what is fair and reasonable during your property settlement. But you may be wondering – just what is fair and reasonable?
Property settlements can wreak havoc on a normally reasonable person’s judgment. What you receive from your property settlement may well determine both your immediate and long-term future. So it is understandable for you to feel stressed; to feel like you are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Do you press for more or accept the first offer? The last thing you want is to have your property settlement end up in court with thousands of dollars wasted arguing over what’s fair and what’s not.
However, property settlement doesn’t have to be that way.
In fact, 95% of property settlements get resolved without ever needing to go court. This means, however, that both parties must come up with a settlement that is fair and reasonable. That can be a tough determination to make. Right now it might be difficult to trust the other side. Do they have your best interest in mind as well? Have they received advice that is clouding their judgment?
You need to find a lawyer who has the knowledge and experience to resolve your matter. You want a lawyer who will fight for you, especially if the other party is being unreasonable. The worst thing that can happen is delay upon delay, which will inevitably result in the other side not settling. It may also mean that your next life decision is put on hold or missed all together.
Don’t lose an opportunity to settle for a reasonable amount and move on with your new life.
Would you benefit from talking to Patrick Sheridan for 10 minutes to resolve your most immediate questions? Patrick will review your situation and give you the practical advice you need right now.
The answer will help determine the best course of action for you, your family and your future.
Ask Patrick your questions today.