Apex Property Division
In Apex, North Carolina the law sees marriage as a partnership in which both spouses make vital contributions. When that partnership is ended, North Carolina entitles each partner to receive a fair and equitable share of the property acquired during the marriage. In Apex, you must file for an equitable distribution agreement before entering an absolute divorce case or you risk losing the right to file an agreement. If you have not filed a separation agreement, contact Marshall & Taylor Family Law and Divorce Attorneys to help you file your equitable distribution agreement.
In the event that an equitable distribution of property agreement is entered in Apex, the property will be classified as: marital property, separate property or a combination of both. After the property has been classified, the property in question will be given a value, and finally the property will be distributed. In Apex that distribution is based on a number of factors with respect to the separation or divorce proceedings.
Marshall & Taylor Family Law and Divorce Attorneys can help guide you through the complicated process of property division and the equitable distribution of property in Apex. If you are in the process of a divorce or separation, please use the contact form below to get more information on property division or to schedule a confidential assessment.