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Ensuring An Equitable Division Of Assets

Whatever your financial situation, the division of property during a divorce can have a major impact on your financial security in the future. An experienced lawyer who will aggressively support your interests can make a significant difference in your case.

At the law firm of Roger R. Compton, Attorney At Law, we are dedicated to guiding our clients through legally and emotionally complex areas of family law, including property division. Our people-oriented firm provides the professional, knowledgeable representation you need in a comfortable atmosphere.

Property Division In North Carolina

North Carolina is an equitable property state. The court divides marital property in a fair and equitable manner. Marital property is the property obtained by either spouse during the course of the marriage, with a few exceptions including gifts and inheritances. Property brought into the marriage by each spouse is considered separate property. To divide the property, the court determines which property is separate and which is marital, and then divides the marital property equitably.

Sometimes, this means the property is divided equally, but this is not always the case. The court considers factors such as:

  • Custody agreement
  • Health of the spouses
  • Separate property of the spouses
  • Income of the spouses

Contact Our Cumberland County Asset Division Attorneys

During a divorce, people need to make difficult decisions. We understand how hard this can be for many families. At our law firm, our clients receive personal attention from our team of staff and attorneys. By working directly with their lawyers, we ensure that our clients make informed decisions. By hiring a firm dedicated to minimizing the stress involved in a divorce by delivering personal attention and excellent representation, we help put your mind at ease.

Contact us online or call us at 910-225-4268 or toll free at 800-601-1152 to speak with an experienced Fayetteville property division attorney.