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Think about the future when dividing property in a divorce

Who is going to keep the house? What is going to happen to the retirement accounts? Who gets to keep the stained glass butterfly collection? All of these are examples of questions that will come up during a property division meeting during a divorce. How these are answered depends on a variety of factors. We can help you determine what options you have to get these questions answered.

Think about all property division matters carefully

One of the most contentious aspects of a high-asset divorce is the property division process. For many people, the things that they've worked hard to amass are a huge part of their life. If you are in this position, you probably don't want anyone to take this away from you. Unfortunately, when you are going through a divorce, there is a good chance that you will have to part with some of your material possessions.

Don't let property division leave you 'barking' mad

Dividing marital assets. To many going through divorce, this process is one of the most frustrating, oftentimes only overshadowed by child custody arrangements. This isn't surprising considering the fact that it can be difficult for most people to see roughly half of what they own go to their soon-to-be ex-spouse.

Getting a divorce in Indiana? Three reasons to consider mediation.

In previous generations, those who were going through a divorce had few options. If the couple chose to end the marriage, the couple was likely headed to court to battle out their differences before the divorce could be finalized.

The math behind property division

Property division can be one of the most complicated and contentious aspects of a divorce. The process of dividing assets can be very complicated, especially when assets are substantial and/or complex. Further, because every case is different and there are no fixed rules in terms of how to divide property, it can be a stressful situation.

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Indianapolis, IN 46204

Toll Free: 800-225-4562
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Indianapolis, IN 46220

Toll Free: 800-225-4562
Phone: 317-614-0623
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