Remember the last time you moved? I bet, like most of us, you had a look around and wondered to yourself “how did I get all this stuff?”
When going through a divorce, a similar feeling can arise. Suddenly you have to figure out what to do with all the property you've acquired over the years. The house, the cars, bank accounts, retirement plans, the clothes in the closet – everything must be accounted for.
Property division can be one of the most complex aspects of a divorce and one of the main reasons someone seeks out the help of an attorney. The specifics of the law can vary drastically from state to state, but most states fall into either being a community-property state or an equitable distribution state.
To find out exactly what this means, read through the articles on our site – or if you have specific questions give us a call or come into one of our locations.
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