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The emotional nature of divorce impairs the decision making of spouses during life-changing times. During the initial separation, legal steps must be taken. Hector Montoya understands the issues that are involved. He provides an objective point of view of the challenges faced in the divorce process while evaluating your options and developing strategies to achieve your goals, specifically protecting your hard-earned assets.

Hector Montoya: Pima County Preliminary Injunction Attorney

One of the best methods of asset control and protection as part of a divorce is the filing of a preliminary injunction. Regardless of whether the divorce is mutual or highly contested, steps must be taken to maintain the lifestyle you enjoyed before your separation began.

Do you need help protecting bank accounts and credit cards prior to the finalization of your divorce? Contact our Tucson divorce lawyer.

Protecting Your Rights, Assets and Future

At the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., Mr. Montoya has handled cases where a spouse has taken money out of a shared bank account. A husband or wife charged a joint credit card to its highest limit. Some of our clients have been victimized by their spouses canceling credit lines and leaving them without access.

If your spouse is denying you access to the monies you need during the divorce process, you need immediate advocacy to protect your rights and secure your future. With a 10-year background as a financial analyst, attorney Hector Montoya possesses the insight you need.

Your Decisions, Our Attorney — Call 520-743-1797

Call our Arizona law offices to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Tucson divorce financial planning attorney, or contact us online by completing our brief intake/e-mail form.