Lake Mary, FL, June 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Seminole County, Florida divorce attorneys at Paulter&Liatsos, LLC (P&L Law) recently launched their online guide that discusses how divorce can affect one’s Social Security benefits. The divorce lawyers at the Lake Mary law office of P&L Law are experienced trial attorneys that represent clients in matters of divorce, child custody, alimony, adoption and pre-nuptial agreements.
P&L Law also can help residents needing a divorce attorney in Sanford, Heathrow, Longwood, Altamonte Springs, Casselberry and Oviedo, Florida. In addition to serving as a divorce attorney in Seminole County, the lawyers at P&L Law also work with clients in DeBary, OrangeCity, DeLand and Deltona to offer legal aid in family law.
The P&L Law office is located at 1349 South International Parkway, Suite 2421, Lake Mary, Florida 32746. They are available to meet with clients face to face or over the telephone Monday through Friday from 8am – 5pm EST.
Kristina Paulter, Esq. and Shannon Liatsos, Esq. are partners at P&L Law. Both received their Juris Doctor degree from the Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law at Barry University. Throughout law school Paulter and Liatos each worked for Central Florida law firms in the areas of family law, bankruptcy, real estate and foreclosure actions, nursing home law suits, medical malpractice, auto accidents and product liability.
Their Lake Mary Law office not only offers legal aid in family law, they also represent clients in cases of bankruptcy law including filing Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Both Paulter and Liatsos represent clients for real estate contracts, partnership dissolution, employee/employer disputes, auto accidents, boating accidents, assault, battery, intentional tort, business purchase and sale agreements, disputes over lease agreements and personal injury and liability disputes.
The goal of P&L Law’s newest online guide that discusses divorce and Social Security benefits is to bring attention to areas that spouses may overlook in the heated moments of going through a divorce. The online Q&A is designed to spark the curiosity of those going through a divorce and cause them to ask their legal counsel or financial advisor for guidance. Consumers can find this guide when this visit: http://plattorneys.com/divorce-protect-your-investments/
The attorneys at P&L Law advise clients that going through a divorce can be a lengthy process and consideration needs to be given to both the tangible and in-tangible assets. They encourage spouses seeking a divorce to think beyond who will keep the kitchen table and who gets primary custody of the children and family pets. The lawyers at P&L Law recommend spouses also seek professional advice regarding investments including Social Security, 401K plans, IRA’s, annuities, stocks and bonds.
The attorneys at P&L Law are available to help Central Florida residents through the divorce process, help them file for a divorce and offer legal aid in matters of child custody, alimony and child support. For those not seeking a divorce and needing legal advice on pre-nuptial agreements they are also encouraged to call P&L Law for assistance.
For more information on the areas of legal aid offered at P&L Law please visit online at http://plattorneys.com or call 407-255-8191 to discuss your legal questions or set up a consultation.