Many people of the baby boom generation may suddenly find their marriage has run its course. These couples often face a different set of issues than younger couples who are going through a divorce. Whereas younger people may be more concerned with child custody matters, parents whose children are grown are likely more concerned with property division and retirement benefits. At Bivek Brubaker & Prescott, LLC, our Marietta divorce attorneys can help guide baby boomers through this time of transition and address any fears they may have.
If you are ending a marriage at a later stage in life, it is important to have legal representation that understands your fears and concerns. Contact our Georgia family law lawyers online, or call us toll free at 866-527-2630 to schedule a 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation.
When getting divorced later in life, your children are likely grown and out on their own. As such, matters of child support, custody and visitation are not a concern. However, you will have to confront other difficult issues such as property division, the division of retirement benefits and spousal support. At Bivek Brubaker & Prescott, LLC, we can help you address these issues and reach a solution that everyone can live with.
You and your spouse will likely have significant property that you have built up over the course of your marriage. In addition to real estate and other tangible property, you may have stock options, 401(k) plans, pensions and other retirement plans that are subject to division. In addition, matters of spousal support, or alimony, may need to be determined. Our Atlanta property division attorneys have extensive experience handling high net worth divorce cases. We can help you determine an asset division plan that will not leave you out in the cold.
For couples who have been married a long time, getting a divorce through the use of collaborative law may be a more attractive option than traditional litigation. This process allows you to determine the details of your separation agreement. It is typically less expensive and less emotionally contentious than a traditional divorce. We can help you decide whether this option might best suit you.
The biggest issues confronting baby boomers at the end of a marriage is typically asset and property division. We can help guide you through the process to help you transition to a new stage of your life. Contact our Marietta divorce lawyers online, or call us toll free at 866-527-2630 to schedule a 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation.