Looking Out For Your Interests In Property Division
One of the scariest aspects of divorce is property division. Unless you and your spouse reach a settlement, a judge will decide how to parse out your property. The prospect of having a stranger make such a huge decision can be stressful.
Fortunately, hiring an attorney can make the process much less intimidating. At Lynn A. Johnson Law Office, LLC, I provide experienced representation for those facing property division in divorce. In addition to my own wealth of knowledge, I also draw on the expertise of other professionals – such as appraisers, business valuators, CPAs and surveyors – to bolster clients’ cases.
Attuned To Local Concerns
Backed by more than 20 years of experience, I have handled numerous divorce cases ranging from those involving middle-income families to high net worth individuals with multimillion-dollar marital estates. I can effectively strategize ways to maximize your interests in all types of property, including your:
- Real estate
- Interest in a farm business
- Pensions, retirement accounts and 401(k)s
- Stocks and investments
- Family-owned business, partnership or sole proprietorship
Many big-city law firms are not familiar with handling farm properties in divorce cases. As a native of the Slayton area, I am particularly attuned to the legal considerations involved in dividing farms. I have handled numerous cases involving farms, both in the divorce context and in real estate transactions as well as disputes over a farm inheritance. Whether you own a small farming operation or a share of a major farming business, I can help you protect your interests while continuing to earn a living during the divorce process.
Small-Town Service With Big-City Skills
With my community-based law firm, I am proudly committed to exceptional client service. From the moment you step through the door, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands. My clients often find relief in the knowledge that I will handle their legal matter with the utmost care.
My dedicated staff and I share a strong work ethic. You can rely on prompt communication to address your concerns and keeping you informed. Additionally, I utilize cutting-edge technology to more effectively meet my clients’ needs.
Contact A Divorce And Business Valuation Lawyer Today
To discuss your case with an experienced property division lawyer in Murray County, call me at 507-836-6757 or send me an email. From my office in Slayton, I serve clients across southwest Minnesota and am willing to travel throughout the area.