Prior to filing for a divorce, it is important to understand the laws in your state, especially when it pertains to the division of property and debt. Our leading attorney, Anna Blood, is passionate about fighting for her clients so that the final outcome is fair. Our Charlotte Property and Debt Division Attorney is here for you.
While it is always encouraged for the parties involved in a divorce filing to try and reach an agreeable outcome we understand that is not always the case. If the parties can not reach a fair agreement a judge will intervene and divide the assets according to law.
It is important to understand what can be divided during the property and debt division process. If you owned the property prior to the marriage, have inherited property, or have received a gift from someone besides your spouse, those items will not be divided.
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There are many factors that the court will use to determine a fair division of both debt and property. Each individual’s income, age, and health status of the parties are considered. The length of the marriage along with financial contributions one party may have made to further assist one of their career, taxes, and more.
Someone will also acquire debt. The judge will determine who acquired the debt, or if both parties have contributed. The debt is then distributed.
At Blood Law, we stand by our clients and work to get the best possible outcome. Our legal team is experienced and knowledgeable in all aspects of family law. Call today to schedule your consultation with a Charlotte Property and Debt Division Attorney.
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