Asset Division in Georgia
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Dividing your marital assets and obligations may prove to be one of the
most complex and difficult aspects of your
divorce. It is very important to have a knowledgeable and skilled attorney on
your side at this time. At The Law Offices of David E. Oles, we are very
experienced in this complex aspect of the marriage dissolution procedure.
Do you have questions about how the property division process works?
Give our firm a call today at (770) 648-0744 to request your case evaluation.
We understand how to ensure that the division is fair and that your rights
are protected every step of the way. You should not have to carry more
than your share of the debt obligation - or receive less than your share
of the total marital property. Let us help you by ensuring that your future
is protected and your rights are upheld during each step of the division process.
How is marital property divided in Georgia?
The rules regarding property division in the state of Georgia are slightly
different than those in "community property" states such as
California and Idaho. While these states require couples to divide marital
property as evenly as possible, in Georgia the standard is not so much
equality as it is justice. There is no set calculator or formula used
by the state in this process.
Whether by independent agreement with your spouse or the decree of a family
law judge or jury, the property you and your spouse have acquired together
over the course of your marriage must be distributed fairly in a divorce,
but that does not mean it will necessarily be split evenly down the middle.
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Protecting your rights and your future in the process of dividing marital
assets and obligations is a task best left to the hands of an experienced
and caring Alpharetta divorce lawyer. Call The Law Offices of David E.
Oles today to request a
free case evaluation at our Alpharetta law office. We are prepared to stand up for you and
protect your interests when it counts.