Navigating Equitable Division Laws
Under North Carolina laws, marital property is to be divided in an equitable manner in a divorce. Equitable means fair and just, which may or may not amount to a 50/50 split. As your advocate, we will draw upon our knowledge of North Carolina divorce statutes to make the law work for you to the greatest possible extent.
What Gets Divided?
Property subject to division includes:
- The family home
- Bank accounts
- 401(k)s, pensions and other retirement assets
- Stocks and bonds
- Furniture, jewelry and personal possessions
We will work with you personally to gain an understanding of your priorities so that we can focus our efforts and not waste time and expense fighting over “pots and pans.” We are skilled negotiators who know how to obtain favorable results through negotiation and settlement. When the other party refuses to be reasonable, however, we are always prepared for aggressive litigation.
Talk With An Experienced Divorce Lawyer Today
To discuss your property division matters in a confidential legal consultation, call our Wilson law offices or contact us online. We offer an initial consultation for a low $75 fee.