The decision to end a marriage is a difficult step to take. If you find yourself in this position, you will have many questions about the impact that the divorce will have on your future, especially when it comes time to divide the property belonging to you and your spouse.
Guiding You Throughout The Property Division Process
The more assets that you and your spouse have, the more difficult it can be for both sides to reach an agreement that is fair. The ownership or value of certain property is often disputed, especially for couples involved in high-asset divorces.
We know that this leads to a lot of stress, so we take the time to explain what is happening in your situation. This will allow you to make a decision that is in your best interests, setting the stage for a more positive future after the process has ended. As part of your divorce, we will examine all of the assets belonging to you and your spouse, including:
- Your marital home, as well as any equity that you may have in the property
- Vacation or other types of property that you and your spouse own
- Any retirement accounts or investments accumulated during the marriage
- Stock options and other types of deferred compensation
- Self-employment income
- Business ownership and business assets
We will pursue a property division agreement that is built around your goals and concerns. We also examine how the property division proceedings can impact the amount of support payments for your child or spouse that will be awarded in your case. If we cannot find a way to resolve your disputes through negotiation or mediation, we are prepared to advocate on your behalf inside the courtroom.
We Will Help You During Your Divorce
To learn more about your options, contact Castle Law at our Joliet office at 815-207-8419, our Homer Glen office at 708-251-4690 or by email to schedule an appointment with our family law attorney at our Joliet or Homer Glen office.