Protecting You In Property Division Divorce Cases
Property and asset division is often a highly contested issue in any divorce. The outcome of this dispute will have a severe impact on your financial future. The best way to ensure the protection of your rights is to retain a knowledgeable divorce lawyer.
For help in Cabarrus County or the surrounding areas, contact Lancaster and St. Louis. We are prepared to address any property division issue that may arise in your divorce, including:
- Investment accounts, businesses and real estate
- Determining marital vs. separate property
- Division of complex property and assets
- Valuating assets, such as a marital home
We are committed to providing each of our clients with quality legal representation and superior service. To schedule a consultation with a skilled family law attorney at our firm, contact our law office in Concord, North Carolina.
Property Division And Equitable Distribution In North Carolina
North Carolina law requires an equal division of marital property unless the court finds in its discretion that an equal division would be inequitable. However, courts can and do exercise their discretion in a variety of ways, and there is no guarantee that the court will divide property and debts in your case in an equal manner. Because of this discretion, you can greatly benefit by having a lawyer who can assist you. You can find the strong advocate you require at Lancaster and St. Louis.
Legal Services Tailored To Meet Your Needs
We understand that each client and each case is unique. We will take time to listen to you, understand your objectives and tailor our legal services to meet your needs. We take a comprehensive view when representing your case. Our lawyers will take into account the cumulative impact of financial matters such as property division, child support and alimony/financial support. Using this broad-based approach, we protect your rights and financial interests.
Discuss Your Property Division Goals With A Skilled Lawyer
Our office in Concord, North Carolina, serves clients in Cabarrus County, the Charlotte metro area and surrounding areas. To schedule a consultation with a Concord equitable distribution attorney at Lancaster and St. Louis, call 704-743-4204, or contact us by email.