Determining an equitable distribution of marital assets can be the most technically difficult part of a divorce. If you are dealing with complex property division issues, it is in your best interests to seek the help of an experienced lawyer. At GreeneWilsonCrow our family law attorneys are committed to giving you effective, professional representation.
In North Carolina courts use Equitable Distribution to approach to dividing assets during a divorce, which means that assets will not always be divided 50/50. There are several factors that go in to deciding how assets will be divided including, non-marital property, if one spouse has significantly more than another spouse, earning power of both spouses, and who acquired or maintained the asset, particularly in terms of a family business. Other things that are taken into consideration are services as a homemaker, including how that may affect future earning capacity, duration of the marriage as well as any and all premarital agreements.
Our Attorneys at GreeneWilsonCrow are dedicated to helping you through even the most difficult of equitable distributions cases. Call us or schedule a consultation today to get started.
To learn how North Carolina law may apply to your unique circumstances or to schedule a consultation, please contact GreeneWilsonCrow Attorneys at Law by calling (252) 634-9400 or visiting www.greenewilson.com.