How Do I Get My Fair Share of Marital Property in Divorce?

One of the biggest questions that is asked of our expert divorce attorneys is, “how do i get my fair share of marital property in divorce?” Property division is one of the most unpleasant aspects of getting divorced. Childless couples find themselves fighting over...

Dividing Pension and Retirement Accounts in Divorce

When couples enter the divorce process, they become consumed with dividing their property. This involves deciding who will get the house, cars, personal belongings, and cash. Division of property extends to pensions and retirement accounts held by both parties. Dividing these...

Who Keeps the House in a Divorce? Division of Property Answers

Division of property during a divorce is accomplished through agreement by the spouses, a property settlement, or judicial decree. Several factors are considered and representation from an expert lawyer that deals with marital property is recommended to avoid losing any...

Get Your Fair Share of Marital Property

Property division is one of the most unpleasant aspects of getting divorced. Couples without children find themselves fighting over assets and heirlooms rather than children. Couples with children argue over who will keep the home in which to raise them. When dealing with...

What is the Difference Between Marital Property and Nonmarital Property?

Marital property vs. nonmarital property–what’s the difference? When people marry, money, debt, and property take on additional legal implications. Though distinguishing nonmarital and marital property may not be important during the union, it becomes top priority...

Can A Lawyer Fight Alimony and Maintenance?

For many divorcing couples, alimony is part of the division of property. This payment is designed to prevent the standard of living from significantly declining for an ex-spouse who is not self-supporting. Unfortunately, it can place extreme financial hardship on the paying ex....

Can a Lawyer Help Me Fight Alimony / Maintenance?

Division of property  and alimony is just one difficult task of the divorce process. Divorcing couples must also divide their finances. Alimony or maintenance is monthly financial support provided by one spouse to another following a divorce. It is designed to address an unfair...

Do I Get Alimony / Maintenance?

During the divorce and property division process, the conversation may turn to alimony. Also called spousal support or maintenance, this is money that one spouse is required to pay to another following divorce. The goal is to help maintain the same standard of living experienced...

How Is Retirement, Pensions, or Marital Property Divided During Divorce?

Division of property is part of the divorce process and includes more than just tangible assets like the car and home. Many couples have pensions and retirement savings and these must be addressed. Marriage and divorce affect access to retirement account balances and pensions....

Who Keeps The House In A Divorce?

When divorce conversations turn to division of property, things can get heated, especially where the home is concerned. During divorce, property shared by the couple is divided. Almost everything the couple acquires after marriage is considered marital or community property and...
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