Protecting Your Best Interests And Property In Divorce
Divorce is a major turning point financially as well as emotionally. Aside from issues involving children, exactly how money and property will be divided is the most common source of dispute.
Whether you believe you and your spouse can reach an agreement or you expect a tough battle, you need a diligent, experienced North Carolina divorce lawyer on your side.
What Is Equitable Distribution — And What Will It Mean In Your Divorce?
North Carolina law provides for “equitable distribution” of marital property. This is rarely as simple as a 50-50 split, and many factors may lead to one spouse receiving a greater share of the family’s collective assets. The knowledge and skill of your attorney could have a major impact on this important aspect of your divorce case.
Turn To A Proven, Determined Family Law Attorney
Attorney Jonathan D. Griffin has been helping couples reach fair property settlements and advocating vigorously for family law clients across the spectrum in the Iredell County area since 2001. Supported by a highly professional legal team and expert outside resources as needed, he is well-equipped to:
- Thoroughly assess your financial circumstances and assertively target the best possible property settlement for you, based on accurate valuations of your home and other key assets
- Propose and aggressively pursue solutions enabling you to keep the assets that are most important to you, such as a specific vehicle
- Explain the complex laws that cover division of retirement benefits such as 401(k) accounts and pensions
- Deal effectively with allegations of marital misconduct, such as adultery or squandering of assets, that could substantially impact your financial outcome
- Protect your interests in matters of child support and any alimony award — and other issues that are critical for your overall financial future
Get Caring Guidance And Skilled Representation To Protect Your Future
We are here to help you understand your rights and get through a tough situation in the best possible shape. To discuss property division and other issues in your divorce, please call our office in Statesville at office or email us and schedule a consultation. We are upfront about our fees and likely costs of your case, and we accept credit card payments for all services.