You've handled your financial nest egg with care for years. Divorce doesn't mean that egg has to break open and have all you've scrapped and struggled for spill out and be lost forever. Yes, divorce can mean the division of a couple's assets. Yes, there can be tax implications for changes in your financial portfolio. But our experienced legal team at the Eversole Law Firm in Birmingham, Alabama brings to the table an approach to asset protection with a proven track record of success. Our firm's founder, Steven D. Eversole, has an aggressive style that has earned him the respect of his peers in the legal community. More importantly, it has earned him the everlasting gratitude of countless former clients who today are pursuing the futures he successfully safeguarded for them.

What Are We Talking About When We Talk About Assets?

The obvious things that come to mind are your house or apartment, investments in bonds, securities, mutual funds, and pension plans. And just as life goes on for you and your children after the divorce, life also goes on for the banks and the credit card companies and every other financial services entity you and your former spouse were entangled with before the divorce. That may mean mortgage payments, or rent. It may mean joint credit cards, which obviously must be dealt with as soon as possible, because even while the divorce proceeding is still underway, you don't want your future credit rating to be subject to actions taken by your spouse.

Protect The Life You've Earned With A Family Law Attorney You Can Trust

Your investments, your savings… all these things may appear to some as just numbers on someone's computer screen, but we know better. Your accumulated wealth represents the future you've built for yourself and your loved ones. Steven Eversole will vigorously defend your rights during the divorce – including such emotionally charged issues as child custody. But he also knows that even if you, for example, do win child custody, YOU WILL NEED MEANS TO PROVIDE. For this reason, we incorporate a sophisticated strategy for wealth protection into every divorce case we take on. You want an experienced and wise attorney who isn't just thinking of what you need today, but also what you will need in the future. That is the mark of a truly high-caliber family law attorney: someone who simultaneously fights today's battle while preparing you for tomorrow. Because that's what it's all about, right? Tomorrow. The light at the end of the tunnel. If you don't have something to look forward to, to hope for, then the process of divorce is all the more painful. Steven Eversole is keenly aware of the psychological impact divorce has on his clients, and that's why asset protection is such an integral component of his legal strategy: as your legal representative, as your advocate, his goal is not just to help you survive your divorce, but rather to help you come out the other side with a life in which you can still flourish.

An Investment That Quickly Pays Off

Of course, hiring an attorney costs money. But here's the calculation you have to make: spend a little money now to save a whole lot more later on. But don't make up your mind until you've met with us and gotten a better sense of whether we're the right fit for you. We offer a free initial consultation, so it costs you nothing to contact us and find out how we can best help you shepherd that nest egg through these turbulent times.

We serve the following localities:

Birmingham, Jefferson County including Bessemer, Homewood, Hoover, Irondale, Leeds, Mountain Brook, Trussville, and Vestavia Hills, Shelby County (including Pelham, Alabaster, Chelsea, Calera), Tuscaloosa, Auburn, Huntsville, Calhoun County including Anniston, Etowah County including Boaz and Gadsden, Cullman County including Arab and Cullman, Madison County including Huntsville and Madison, Montgomery County including Montgomery, and all of Alabama.

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