One of the most fundamental aspects of divorce is property division. In marriage, two people usually jointly own property and can function as one financial unit. In divorce, all assets and debts must be accounted for. As you approach divorce, you may feel overwhelmed by various necessary tasks and processes, such as:• Inventorying all assets belonging to either or both spouses• Tracking down hidden assets• Accounting for all debts of either or both spouses•Determining which spouse will retain ownership of which assets•If real estate is to be sold, handling all the details related to preparing a house for sale at the same time that life is in a state of flux and instability• If either spouse owns a business, determining the value of the business and each spouse's stake in that value•If either spouse has retirement accounts, determining how those accounts will be divided through QDROs or liquidation and distribution.I am Samuel S. Spagnola, an experienced and knowledgeable Greensboro-based property division attorney, and Board Certified Specialist in family law. I understand the difficulties that you face as you undertake this challenging, high-stakes process as you prepare for divorce in North Carolina. Whether your primary concern is asset protection in divorce or some other goal, I can help. Countless previous clients have relied on my sound legal counsel and guidance. From my law offices in Greensboro, I am the attorney many clients turn to for help with all facets of divorce. I am a lawyer you can count on to advocate for you with your best interests at the forefront. Answers to common questions about property division can be found here.I Serve All Guilford County Communities, Including High Point · Equitable Distribution
Property Division (Equitable Distribution)
The Spagnola Law FIrm in Greensboro, North Carolina, represents clients throughout the Piedmont Triad area, also including Gibsonville, High Point, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Sedalia, Winston-Salem, Asheboro, Liberty, Whitsett, Kernersville, Reidsville, Eden and Randleman in Guilford County, Rockingham County, Randolph County and Alamance County.