Equitable Division of Property and Assets is the Key to an Amicable Divorce
If you are dealing with a divorce or are planning to file for divorce or separation, one of the key issues you have to decide on is property division. The assets you held with your spouse as a couple have to be divided in an equitable and fair manner, so that neither partner feels aggrieved or has his/her financially situation weakened. Even in case of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, you need to consult a property division attorney to help you make the right decisions. Protecting your rights is important, especially if you were the dependent partner in the relationship.
The issues that may come under the microscope when you discuss property division, include:
- Who gets ownership of the family home?
- Is the financially dependent partner entitled to any share of the assets?
- How the children are taken care of in the agreement?
Property Division under Family Law
Divorce is not the only reason why you want to divide your property. Division of property can also take place between family members, for instance in case of a family owned asset being sold off. Even in this case, we can provide the legal guidance you need. Our experienced property division lawyers are well-versed with all facets of this law and can help you decide on the right course of action.
Trust your case to an expert in property division. Call Matthew Sheasby, Attorney at Law, at (909) 922-2543 to discuss your case.