Property Division Attorney

The division of property is one of the most immediate, pressing and concerning issues following a divorce. New Jersey is an equitable distribution state. In practice, this means that the courts will first presume a 50-50 split and then look at various factors to make the final analysis and judgment. These factors include the length of marriage, sacrifices made and vocational skills, among other variables. Ultimately, the determination is that which is most equitable — not necessarily straight 50-50 division.

If you or your family is working through any property division issue, it is important to have experienced counsel advocating for you, your interests and your long-term financial well-being.

Our North Carolina attorney has more than 30 years of experience addressing these and other family law issues. We are prepared to take our comprehensive experience to help you address all division issues, including:

  • Tracing and determination of marital versus nonmarital property
  • Valuation of complex assets
  • Division in your interest

We can help divide straightforward items like cars, real estate and other concrete assets, as well as more nuanced and complex high-asset items like retirement benefits, pensions, stock options and businesses. Because of the complications involved in division, we encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible and schedule an initial consultation.

To get in touch and schedule a discounted consultation, call 704-323-7856 or email the firm to discuss any family law issue, including division of marital assets with our Charlotte property division lawyer.