Is Your Divorce Unique?
No two divorces are the same. Some divorces have certain characteristics that set them apart. These types of divorces are best handled by attorneys who have experience working with these unique circumstances and will give you the support you need.
Our firm has extensive experience handling divorces that involve one or more parties engaged in specialized careers, as referenced below. These particular careers often play a special role in how a family’s divorce needs to be approached and processed. For example:
- Military enrollment — Military divorce involves specialized benefits, including health care and retirement, which differ from civilian benefits in important ways. We understand how to navigate those issues along with the difficult questions around child custody when one parent may be deployed.
- Small-business ownership — A small business, owned by one spouse or the family, may be the most valuable asset in the marital estate. It is essential to determine the best method of valuing the business, and how to divide the value or business appropriately without having a negative impact on the family. Moreover, with self-employment often comes debate about how to accurately calculate and verify a self-employed person’s income. We have experience navigating these complex issues.
- Health care professionals — Doctors and other health care professionals can have unique work schedules that impact child custody arrangements. Also, if one spouse owns or is a partner in a private practice, the assets from that interest must be carefully considered.
- Government employment — Government employees have different types of retirement accounts, pensions and medical plans that must be considered in determining an appropriate division of the estate.
Get An Attorney Dedicated To Your Unique Circumstances
At Johnson Family Law, PLLC, we have a wide range of experience helping people through family courts throughout Minnesota. No matter the unique circumstance that sets your divorce apart, we will work with you to protect your rights and act in your best interest. Our success as litigators and positive reputation with clients and other family law professionals illustrates our dedication to our clients and this profession.
We’re Focused On Our Client’s Unique Situations
When there are facts about your divorce which make it more complex, turn to Johnson Family Law, PLLC. To schedule an initial consultation with one of our attorneys, call 651-243-6240, or contact us online.