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Get your share of marital assets with an equitable distribution

It's no surprise that divorce is a trying time; you're breaking off a relationship that you may have invested a lot of time and money into, along with your own happiness and emotions. You may share children with the person you're getting divorced from or you could have a family pet you can't bear to part from.

Divorces do have some hardships, like deciding how to split your assets. Maybe you have a prenuptial agreement that dictates how the settlement will work out but if not, you may have to locate every asset you have and define whether or not it's a marital asset. If it is, you may be entitled to a value based on that property, and if not, then it may be excluded from your marital property and unable to be divided between you and your soon-to-be-ex spouse.

One of the easiest ways to divide your property is if you can decide with your spouse how to do so. Be careful, though, because you want to get what you're entitled to, not just what you're able to negotiate behind closed doors. Your attorney can help you figure out how much property you should aim for in a settlement, even if you don't want to take a settlement dispute to court.

North Carolina allows for the equitable division of assets. That means that you and your spouse will receive a share of marital property based on what is fair instead of splitting the property 50/50. Our website has more information on this property division, so you can learn more before you proceed.

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