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PROTECTING YOUR FINANCIAL INTERESTS IN DIVORCE

In a Louisiana divorce, assets and debt acquired during the course of the marriage are generally considered community property and split evenly upon divorce.

If you are concerned with protecting your financial interests in divorce, it is important to consult with an experienced property division attorney who knows how to get results.

Kelly L. Long at Flowers & Long LLP has more than 15 years of experience handling property division matters for clients in Shreveport and throughout surrounding Louisiana communities. She can provide you with the tough representation and one-on-one attention you need as you face these complex, sensitive family law issues.


Dividing Community Property In Divorce

We can protect your rights in the division of all types of community property, including:

• Houses and real estate
• Vehicles
• Bank accounts
• Investments
• Retirement assets such as 401(k)s, IRAs and pensions
• Oil and gas assets
• Farm and ranch assets
• Small business and professional practice assets

We will work tenaciously to ensure that you obtain your fair share of community property while not taking on more than your fair share of marital debt. We have the experience to handle complex property division matters involving foreign assets, hidden assets, reimbursements and other issues that arise throughout your divorce.

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