Divorce Lawyer in Concord, NC
A divorce can feature several contentious facets such as child custody
and alimony. Another aspect concerns the division of the marital estate,
or property division phase. You may be challenging your spouse for a piece
of furniture, a car, or your second home and if you are unsure of the
law regarding property division, you could find yourself on the losing end.
You need an experienced Concord divorce attorney by your side who can keep
you informed of your rights and ensure you are treated fairly during the
process. The Law Offices of Darrin M. Gamradt, P.C. is prepared to argue
on your behalf during any phase of your divorce to protect your rights
and provide you with the neutral, third-party counsel you need. Call on
the firm today for critical legal advice.
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No matter what type of properties are set to be split, the firm is ready
to have it properly appraised, including complicated holdings such as
businesses or retirement accounts.
Other complex assets the firm can help with include:
- Marital debt
- Family businesses and partnerships
- QDROs and other retirement assets, including pensions and employment benefit plans
- Hidden assets, including offshore bank accounts
Most of the property acquired over the course of the marriage will be considered
a part of the “marital estate” by the court and will be eligible
to be divided.
Marital & Separate Property
Other property is considered separate if it was acquired before the marriage,
even separate property which was contributed to the marital estate unless
it was in the form of real estate. In the case of a business which was
owned separately before the marriage, if the value of the business increased
during the marriage thanks at least in part to the efforts of the other
spouse, part of the assets can be included in the marital estate.
Don’t wait to call a Concord family law attorney from our firm to
assist with the valuation of your estate so you are not taken advantage
of and retain control of that property which is lawfully yours.
Begin with a complimentary consultation by calling