Michigan Family Lawyers – Do you need an aggressive and affordable, but experienced Oakland County, Macomb County or Wayne County Divorce Attorney that will provide you with sound legal advice and financial strategies?  At The Cromer Law Group PLLC, our experienced divorce lawyers sit down and explain the entire divorce/separation process to each of our clients to enable them to make informed decisions about their financial future.  You may think you may be aware of all of your spouse’s assets — but do you really know?  We can help you find and locate hidden assets that you were never suppose to know about.  We also advise small business owners on what steps they can take under the law to divorce-proof, if you will, their business and other assets, in the event of an imminent divorce.  Our lawyers are aggressive and won’t let your spouse take advantage of your past kindness.  The business of divorce is most serious and can have lingering implications that could devastate your financial future and your relationship with your children — if you don’t seek the right lawyers to protect your interests, including those of your children.

Contemplating divorce, especially where there are children, property, significant assets or a business involved?  Clients want to know how to survive a divorce financially and emerge in the best possible shape.  Divorce is a rather unappealing word, one you never thought would apply to you, or if you’re lucky, one that never will.  Sometimes we never see it (divorce) coming.  Other times, its written all over the wall — if we want to ignore it or not is another issue.  However, at some point, you have to deal with the reality of the situation.  Prepare yourself with information!!!

Divorce can emotionally and financially devastate you, your family and the business you worked so hard for.  Some of the worst financial decisions are made during the pains of divorce —  decisions that can affect the rest of your life and the lives of your loved ones.  Because emotions are so understandably high during the divorce process, a divorce attorney’s ability to help your financial situation — both now and in the near future — can be severely restricted.  Which situation are you facing?

Michigan Divorce Advice:  Are you a woman and your spouse has just told you he wants a divorce … but you need his income to help maintain your family’s established standard of living?  In fact, you didn’t have a clue he was contemplating a divorce. Now you’re confused, emotional, scared and you wonder if you can survive the divorce financially. Where will you live?  What will you live on? Will it be enough?  Perhaps you sacrificed your career to support his and you’ve now been out of the workforce so long, that your skills are no longer current or you’re just simply too old to find any meaningful and gainful employment to support yourself and your family. What type of job will you be able to get, if any?  You may not even have sufficient money set aside to hire a divorce attorney or financial advisor; your husband may have intentionally handled all the family and/or business finances for both of you, or maybe he has moved marital and business assets into secreted accounts you can’t reach or don’t even know exist.

Are you an executive, advanced professional, or have a high visibility career and your divorce has begun… and it could jeopardize your ability to continue earning a living or facts could come out that might damage your reputation.  For these clients, your divorce can put your position and even your livelihood at risk in ways other people may never have to consider. What will happen to your public image (your brand) and your privacy?  There are few safe shelters for you, and anxiety and worry seem to come from all corners. Because you’ve been so successful in your professional career, you further worry that you’ll be forced to pay excessive alimony or be compelled to give up hard-earned assets — even if the divorce was absolutely not your fault.

Maybe your spouse was also your business partner; will you end up having to sell your own business to pay him for his share or to survive the divorce financially? Even if he wasn’t a business partner, are there enough other assets to prevent a court from ordering a fire-sale of the business to cover the percentage of marital assets owed him?

Experienced Michigan Divorce Attorneys:  Are you considering filing for divorce … or you already have and there are a thousand thoughts are whirling through your head.  How financially sound will you be post the divorce … and for how long?  Will you be able to maintain you and your family’s standard of living and your relationships after the divorce is concluded?  How will you support yourself and your family alone? Will you lose the assets you brought into the marriage?

You’ve survived the divorce and now you’re distressed about making your settlement last.  Most of the craziness of your divorce is behind you, but your financial anxiety is growing.  You know the amount of your divorce judgment settlement, but what you don’t know is whether it will be sufficient to cover your day-to-day living expenses and get you all the way through your retirement years. You wonder whether you will outlive your assets granted in the settlement? How can you make sure you can keep the marital assets you greatly value, rather than resulting to selling and/or pawning them in order to survive.

Michigan Divorce Lawyers Giving Real Advice: You’re happily married or single and you’ve never pondered the idea of divorce.  You’ve never heard of divorce proofing and therefore not sure you really need it. Perhaps you own a small business that is up-and-coming or just you just believe you’re responsible for your own financial destiny. Because divorce-proofing your business or personal assets is a part of a sound fiscal plan.  Similar to any other risk management you would normally assume — after all, you have insurance to protect you against other unforeseen occurrences — you’re smart enough to at least give it some intelligent consideration.  It’s a win-win situation because if you aren’t destined for divorce in the future — your financial affairs will just be that much stronger.  Isn’t that what we all want?

Are you seeking answers? No matter the situation, the Michigan divorce lawyers at The Cromer Law Group PLLC, can create a smart financial strategy for you in full confidentiality.  Please contact us at our downtown Detroit office:  (248) 809-6790 (office) or you may view the full website at http://www.thecromerlawgroup.com or you may “Like Us” on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/thecromerlawgroup and we’ll tell you more about our divorce financial strategy process.

Michigan Divorce and Legal Separation Lawyers:  Divorce settlement mistakes can last forever.  The emotional disruption of a divorce can make you want to bury your head in your pillow. There’s no question, divorce is a time of great apprehension.  In fact, psychologists consider divorce as being the second most stressful event in a person’s life — second only to the death of a spouse. If your emotions are running high during this time — you’re perfectly normal.  And yet this is your moment. Financially, this is your opportunity to provide for the rest of your life. When it’s over, you can’t go back for a do-over. While it can be tempting on so many days to just give up and sign on the dotted line, don’t. You owe it to yourself and those who depend on you.

Sound Divorce Advice:  At The Cromer Law Group PLLC, we advise the client to view the financial end of the divorce like a business arrangement and/or or a salary negotiation.  It is — and it can easily be the most critical deal of your life.  Now is the time to act wisely — but know that you don’t have to do it alone.  Before you do anything else, it is imperative that you assemble a first-rate legal and financial divorce team to represent and support you through the entire process.

The Cromer Law Group PLLC, as your financial strategist and legal advisor, we’ll guide you through your divorce, no matter how complex or stressful it gets. Is your spouse pressuring you to sign an agreement based on his assertion of your financial rights? We’ll tell you the truth; if he’s bluffing, you’ll immediately know.  Our job is to make sure your legal interests are aggressively advanced before the court and at competitively affordable rates.

Michigan Divorce Attorneys Fighting For You:  The call is free.  The advice is also free.  We’ll tell you more about how we can develop divorce financial and legal strategies for all of our clients and inquiry will be kept absolutely confidential.  Please contact us at our downtown Detroit office:  (248) 809-6790 (office) or you may view the full website at http://www.thecromerlawgroup.com or you may “Like Us” on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/thecromerlawgroup and we’ll tell you more about our divorce financial strategy process.

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When you come to our law office to discuss an impending or recent divorce with one of our experienced Michigan divorce lawyers, we sit down and formulate a strategy to accomplish your desired objectives. We will aggressively fight to protect your legal rights — and the best part is — we’re affordable. We will assess your unique situation so that we can provide you with the best legal assistance designed to fit your needs. We understand that divorce is never simple, but at The Cromer Law Group PLLC, we can help you plan properly.

The attorneys at The Cromer Law Group, PLLC, proudly represent clients throughout Michigan, including the greater Detroit metro area. To contact a lawyer at our firm to discuss a divorce with children, divorce without children, child custody, legal separation or related family law issues in confidence, please call (248) 809-6790 (day) or (313) 213-5875 (24 hours) to set up a consultation that may be flexible with your evening and/or weekend schedule. You may also contact us by email or you may “Like Us” on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thecromerlawgroup

The attorneys at The Cromer Law Group, PLLC proudly represent Divorce, also referred to as “devorce” or “adam divorce” by some, Criminal, Civil, Family, Business, Personal Injury and Wrongful Death, Police Brutality, and Employment clients from the following areas: Detroit, Southfield, Farmington Hills, Lathrup Village, Pontiac, Troy, Ferndale, Warren, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Lansing, Port Huron, Oak Park, Redford, Grosse Pointe, Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Bloomfield Hills, West Bloomfield, Rochester, Auburn Hills, Clarkston, Birmingham, Novi, Flint, Ann Arbor, Mt. Clemens, Livonia, St. Clair Shores, Flint, Saginaw, Jackson, Inkster, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, including all persons residing in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Wastenaw County, Gennesee County, Monroe County, Ingham County, Jackson County, St. Clair County, Saginaw County, Livingston County, Lenawaee County and all other Michigan counties.

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