North Carolina, which handles property division during divorce proceedings differently from other states in the United States, uses equitable distribution to determine the separation of assets. However, the “equal” distribution of a marital couple’s divisible property has to be determined by the courts after they have looked at the couple’s assets. This can be a highly problematic arrangement as a spouse can view the matter as unfair if they believe their spouse is awarded disproportionately.
For this reason, lawyers encourage couples to have a prenuptial agreement for this arrangement can help a couple achieve an equitable distribution of their property during the event of a divorce.
When establishing a prenup, both parties should take note of which properties or assets should be under their name. This move is particularly beneficial for members of longer marriage as the longer a married couple stays together, the more entangled their financial lives become. By accounting for one’s own personal assets early on in a marriage, complications may be avoided later.
If you find yourself going through a difficult moment in your family life such as a divorce, a child custody dispute, or an asset division dispute, our experienced attorneys at Marshall & Taylor PLLC in Raleigh can help you. Please call our offices today at (919) 833-1040 to speak with a qualified member of our legal team.
The divorce of billionaire Kenneth Griffin and his estranged wife Anne Dias Griffin was recently concluded in a Cook County Circuit Court. Reports revealed that the estranged couple decided to settle their “prenuptial agreement” dispute on October 6 before their hearing was set to begin.
In the documents signed by Judge Grace Dickler, Griffin and Dias will have shared custody of their children. The court also ruled on the validity of the premarital agreement the estranged couple had in place when they were married in July of 2003, determining that it would serve as a legally binding document in the divorce.
Fighting for your rights in a divorce is a stressful and frustrating ordeal, especially for individuals who are unaware of legal procedure. If you are in the difficult situation of attempting to work through a contentious divorce, our legal team may be able to provide valuable assistance in protecting your interests. To discuss your case with the Raleigh lawyers at Marshall & Taylor, PLLC, call (919) 833-1040 today.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin amicably ended his eight years of marriage with 23andMe executive Anne Wojcicki, an SF GATE article stated on June 23.
According to reports, Brin and Wojcicki, both 41-years-old, officially ended their marriage in May at a Santa Clara County court. The former couple, who have two children together, got married in 2007. Reports stated that in 2013, the two lived separately, during which time Brin had a relationship with another employee at Google. The estranged couple both care for their children and reports indicate that they plan to continue raising them together. The two had a prenuptial agreement and agreed on an undisclosed divorce settlement.
The Raleigh legal team at Marshall & Taylor PLLC represents people who have decided to file for divorce. In this tough situation, we may work to uphold your rights and secure your interests throughout every aspect of the legal process. Discuss your situation with us today by calling 919-833-1040.
Oil magnate Harold Hamm’s former wife, Sue Ann Arnall, did not accept a divorce check totaling $975 million, as she plans to pursue a greater amount, PIX 11 on January 7 said.
In the appeal filed by Arnall, she claimed that the company’s success was a result of both of their work. Arnall, who is an attorney and economist, reportedly held an executive post in the oil company Continental Resources. Though the oil tycoon obliged to pay the nearly $1 billion divorce settlement in November, he is also pursuing an appeal because his company and its fortune was negatively affected by the recent drop in oil prices. The report revealed that Harold and Sue Ann did not have a prenuptial agreement before they got married 26 years ago.
The attorneys of Marshall & Taylor PLLC legally assist Raleigh individuals filing for divorce. Our efficient attorneys may possibly represent you in the filing process and any subsequent legal issues. Call our office today at (919) 833-1040 to learn more about your options.