When both members of a married couple have highly skilled professions, such as doctors or lawyers, there is often a more complex divorce process due to their increased wages. With higher salaries come more valuable assets to protect and more properties to divide. Such divorces often involve premarital agreements as well. All of these things culminate into a more complicated and intense divorce proceeding, which makes finding strong legal representation all the more important.
At Kirker Davis LLP, our attorneys believe that divorces should always be as equitable and fair as possible. We understand that professionals work hard to get to where they are, and it is unjust for them to be forced into an inequitable division of assets. Contact our offices today at (512) 931-3213 to learn more about how we can help in your professional divorce.
Professional divorces often involve occupations that require higher education and much higher qualifications. These occupations are not easily acquired, and most of these professionals struggled through years of hardships to get to where they are now. It is only fair that they are reasonably compensated for all their hard work in the event of a divorce. Some of the most common occupations implicated in a professional divorce include:
These are only some of the countless occupations that constitute a professional divorce. Many professional divorces see one spouse as the primary wage earner while the other is responsible for raising children and taking care of the home. Even though homemakers do not make a tangible salary, their jobs are some of the most difficult and they too deserve fair compensation.
If you or someone you know is looking to modify the terms of your divorce decree, it is imperative to find a qualified divorce attorney that can get you the modifications you need. At Kirker Davis LLP, we believe that no divorce decree should be unfair to any party. We are dedicated to finding the balance that allows both the adults and the children to benefit the most, even if that means altering the original terms of the divorce. Contact our offices at (512) 931-3213 to speak with a member of our legal team.