Thorough Representation For The Division Of Property And Debt
Divorcing couples can choose to divide property and debt as they see fit. However, if a couple cannot agree on how it will be divided, then a solution will be determined in court. All property and debt will be divided into either marital property or separate property. Couples can choose to negotiate based on the assets they wish to keep.
Do You Have Questions About Property And Debt?
Highly organized and knowledgeable in the law, our attorneys can help you understand how complicated state laws apply to your property and debt. Assisted by our paraprofessionals at Medina, Mitchell, & Smith Law PC, we will guide you through the division of any of the following assets and more:
- Personal property, such as vehicles, employer benefits, collections, pets and more
- Real estate property, including the family home, vacation homes, rentals, timeshares and any financial interest in other types of real estate
- Assets that have increased in value
- Business-related assets
- Assets received by gift or inheritance
- Expected proceeds from any lawsuits, debts owed by others, executive pay and retirement accounts
We will also help ensure that your division of assets and liabilities takes into account all personal loans, credit card debt, student loans and other types of debt acquired before or after marriage
With over thirty years of legal experience, our team offers detailed guidance for the division of property and debt in divorce. We can walk you through the valuation process for complex assets or assets with increased value. We can also be strong negotiators in support of your right to assets that you are determined to keep.
Considerations For Your First Appointment
An initial appointment regarding divorce can be intimidating. At Medina, Mitchell, & Smith Law PC, we offer 30-minute initial consultations to help ease the stress. You will have a personal conversation with an attorney about your goals and we can offer guidance for your following appointments.
You can get the most out of each appointment by arriving prepared. Get a general idea of your assets and debts before coming in for your initial consultation. The attorneys and staff at our firm are ready to help you navigate the details. By the end of your journey, we hope you can walk away feeling more assured and satisfied with your decisions.
Get Started With A 30 Minute Initial Consultation
Have you scheduled your 30-minute initial consultation with a lawyer? If not, call our Maricopa law office at 480-535-9818. We also offer a quick turnaround time for consultation requests via email.