Our Firm Creates Wise Strategies For Property Division And Alimony

Get In The Right Financial Position Before Your Divorce Starts

Because finances lie at the heart of many divorces, clients considering filing for bankruptcy should ensure that they complete the bankruptcy proceedings before filing for divorce. Our comprehensive family law practice includes helping clients maximize their financial savings by closing out the bankruptcy process before proceeding with the divorce.

Understanding Alimony And Property Division In Wyoming

Wyoming judges do not favor alimony payments. In general, if spouses have been married for three years or less and he or she did not contribute financially to the marriage, alimony is rarely awarded. Spousal support payments are ordered to get a spouse back on his or her feet.

As a fair and equitable distribution state, Wyoming judges divide marital property and assets by considering multiple factors, including the length of the marriage, how much each spouse makes and the contributions of each spouse. Our firm will help you gather the necessary information to build the best possible case about your contributions to the marriage.

The Law Office Of Shelly Kay Flot, PC Is Your Resource For Divorce

Divorce can be complicated. Get an attorney on your side who understands the ways alimony and property division works in our state. Attorney Shelly Kay Flot works to get the best situation for you and to resolve your divorce needs without wasting time.

Contact us today. We will start looking at the specifics of your case. Give us a call at 307-316-4188 or speak with us through email to begin your divorce.

The Law Office of Shelly Kay Flot, PC, is a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.