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North Carolina is an Equitable Division State
Equitable division is different from equal division. When you begin your divorce proceedings, the court will presume that splitting your property equally is equitable, however, as your case moves forward and other circumstances such as earning capacity, child custody and separate property are determined, the court may decide to change the distribution of assets.
What factors does the court use to determine how property should be divided?
- Separate assets
- Child custody
- Length of the marriage
- Contributions to the marital property
- Tax consequences
What is Separate Property?
This is the property you have owned prior or after your marriage. Separate property can include items that you gained during your marriage, but it must be property intended for you only – such as an inheritance or another gift.
Get Help with Your Property Division Issues Today
Matters of property division are incredibly complex, especially because for so many families, property division includes the family home. When you choose to work with Scott C. Robertson Law Office, P.C., you can feel confident you have made the right choice in Concord family law attorneys. Attorney Robertson brings over 20 years of legal experience to the table. He has handled over 1000 cases in district court and is not afraid of intense litigation should your case require it.
When your family’s future is on the line, choose us! Call to schedule a consultation today. (704) 795-9200
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