Understanding Equitable Distribution In High-Asset Divorces
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One of the biggest questions individuals have when they are facing divorce is how their property will be divided. Many people think that if property is in their name, they get to keep it. In reality, property division is more complicated than that. North Carolina is an equitable distribution state, which means most property acquired during the marriage will be divided equitably between the two parties, no matter whose name is on the title.
Property division can be one of the most complicated elements of divorce, and that is particularly true in a high-asset divorce. When your case involves the division of investments, trusts, professional practices or other complex assets, it is important to work with an experienced attorney.
When you contact Triangle Divorce Lawyers, that is exactly what you will find. Our legal team includes attorneys and certified paralegals, and we work with financial experts to help ensure our clients' rights and assets are protected.
Helping Clients Keep The Property They Are Entitled To
Getting divorced does not mean that you will lose everything. We educate our clients about issues such as what constitutes marital property, the proper division of retirement savings, and whether property they owned before their marriage could be divided.
Valuate and Protect Your Property
We help clients in Raleigh, Cary, and throughout North Carolina to accurately identify, valuate and protect their property, including:
- Family-owned businesses
- Stocks and stock options
- Retirement accounts, including pensions, IRAs and 401(k) accounts
- Intellectual property
- Private airplanes
- Luxury vehicles
- Vacation property
Protect your property and your rights by scheduling a case review today.