Individual or business-related financial problems should not impact ownership of valuable marital assets. Careful and proactive steps, however, must be taken to protect possessions of great value. Attorney Sari Kurland has spent the past two decades working with Maryland residents in shielding marital assets from aggressive collection actions.
The establishment of business entities with attention to every detail, coupled with a thorough knowledge of the law, is paramount. The smallest mistake or the slightest oversight can have catastrophic consequences. Suddenly, collection agencies are pursuing marital assets that take the form of second residences or valuable investment property.
Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy filings can stop foreclosure of a home or liens on valuable property. Business bankruptcy from an entity set up properly can ensure that personal assets between a married couple are not touched.
Kurland Law Group has earned a reputation for dedication to resolving clients’ financial problems. That involves creative strategies to protect marital assets. The firm’s lawyers help Maryland residents from all walks of life get through difficult financial times without having to give up marital assets that have both sentimental and financial value.