Marital Property Division
In some states, property is divided in divorce using a simple 50/50 formula. Sometimes this is impractical (dividing a horse in two), and often it is just unfair (one party gets the young horse, the other gets the old horse). Illinois is an equitable distribution state, meaning the court looks for division that is sensible and fair to both sides.
Property division is about more than splitting the household in two. It has a powerful bearing on other important decisions such as child support and spousal support (alimony). Your possessions are important to you as you start a new life, and also important psychologically, all the more reason to do property division right.
Skillfully Dividing Both Marital Assets And Marital Debts
As with most parts of the divorce process, it is essential to have counsel working for you that identifies and divides marital property in a way that is equitable to you. Many married couples get very loose about what is his and what is hers. Wiejaczka Law, P.C., is skilled in the craft of making these identifications and in providing sound rationales for the eventual division.
Hawthorn Woods Marital Asset Division Attorney
Wiejaczka Law , P.C. is skilled at every kind of property division, from simple to complex, from civilian to military, and from traditional to same-sex. When you need help sorting things out, call us and describe your situation.
His, hers and ours: How will your marital assets be divided? Call the Wauconda property division attorney at Wiejaczka Law, P.C., at 847-526-4909, or write us using this online form.