Asset & Property Division in Birmingham, MI
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One of the most complex subjects in a
divorce is the matter of asset division. In Michigan, courts aim to divide marital
property equitably, but this does not mean an even split. Marital property
will be divided according to what is fair in the context of the circumstances.
If both of you can agree on a property division plan, then this can be
taken into consideration during the final judgment. Having a trusted asset
division is crucial, as he or she can help to protect your interests and
stakes in the divorce.
The Badalucco Firm handles complex
family law disputes inclulding
high asset divorces. Our team takes the time to understand your goals and what you hope to
walk away with after the divorce. We can also help you and your spouse
work towards a positive outcome and avoid a potentially long and costly
Factors that influence how a court decides asset division:
- Length of a marriage
- Each spouse's contribution
- Each spouse's financial needs and circumstances
- Age and health of each spouse
- Earning ability of each spouse, including education and skills
review your asset division case
Fair & Balanced Solutions
Our goal is to help ensure that the division of assets is done fairly and
amicably. We know that divorce can be extremely stressful and that you
may have an emotional attachment to certain belongings. But the longer
you draw out your conflict, the more costly it can be. We encourage many
couples to explore the option of mediation in order to settle their disputes
in a dignified and peaceful manner. If you and your spouse share children,
you may also want to consider settling your matters outside of court to
spare them the pain and trauma.
Experienced Birmingham, MI Divorce Attorney
Our experienced and compassionate Birmingham, MI divorce lawyer has helped
many clients across Oakland County work through their asset and property
division disputes. We understand exactly what you are going through right
now and we are here to offer you the support you need.
Call our firm
to request a FREE 30-minute case consultation!