Welcome back! Today our attorney in Raleigh NC is here to help you learn more about family law and all that it includes. Today’s topic is property settlements. During a divorce the parties involved will need to agree on a property settlement.
Property Settlements | Attorney in Raleigh NC
A property settlement is an agreement that is entered by two spouses that are going through a divorce. This agreement offers details for the division of the assets that were owned together during the marriage.
Sometimes, property settlements can get ugly between divorcing spouses. Most property settlements are taken care of during mediation. However, it’s possible that the settlements might need to be resolved in court, for one reason or another. Whether it be not seeing eye to eye or difficulty coming up with a post-divorce budget, mediation may not be an option.
It is suggested that you work with your spouse to come up with a financial plan for both parties so that when the time to make the divorce official comes, you’re both able to move on, financially, without issues. Working with an attorney during this process is also suggested. If you need help with any of the information above or are considering a divorce, need help with child custody or child support, contact our attorney in Raleigh, today. We will set up a consultation with you to talk more about your options.
Understanding family law and all that is included can be complicated and confusing. For more information, visit with our other blog posts in different series, below:
- Family Law Part 1 – Domestic Partnerships
- Family Law Part 2 – Civil Unions
- Family Law Part 3 – Marriage
- Family Law Part 4 – Adoption
- Family Law Part 5 – Surrogacy
- Family Law Part 6 – Child Abuse
- Family Law Part 7 – Abduction
- Family Law Part 8 – Paternity Tests
- Family Law Part 9 – Paternity Fraud
Also be sure to take a look at each of the following blogs in the rest of this series, below:
- The Termination of Relationships and Ancillary Matters Part 1: Divorce
- The Termination of Relationships and Ancillary Matters Part 2: Annulment
- The Termination of Relationships and Ancillary Matters Part 3: Property Settlements
- The Termination of Relationships and Ancillary Matters Part 4: Alimony
- The Termination of Relationships and Ancillary Matters Part 5: Child Support
- The Termination of Relationships and Ancillary Matters Part 6: Child Custody
Klish and Eldreth | Attorney in Raleigh NC
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