Greenwich CT Property Division Lawyers
Your Connecticut Marital Property Law Attorneys
Our Connecticut attorneys understand that the financial implications of a divorce can be as devastating as its emotional impact. Call or e-mail an experienced marital property lawyer at The Prince Law Group, LLC today for a free initial 1/2 hour consultation.
Our assertive divorce attorneys have more than 30 years experience in assisting clients with all effects of dividing marital property. We routinely assist clients facing the following issues:
- Tax implications of divorce settlement and property division
- Investigation of hidden assets
- Distribution of property and debt
- Prenuptial agreement ramifications
- Asset valuation, including businesses, pensions, stock options, employee benefits, home and vacation property
Property division myth
Myth #1: Some assets are not subject to distribution.
The fact is, if you had property before you were married, received a gift, or inherited property, these will all be subject to an “equitable” distribution. The skilled lawyers at the law firm of The Prince Law Group know that “equitable,” however, is not necessarily the equivalent of “equal.” The longer the marriage has lasted, though, the more assets might be considered available for distribution to both spouses. Connecticut laws require that all assets “go into the pot,” from your 401k to the cookie jar fund.
Myth #2: There is an equal division of all assets when a marriage breaks.
Truthfully, judges do take individual circumstances into consideration. There is no law mandating an exactly equal split of marital property. If one party’s health is poor, for example, a judge may weigh the party’s future medical bills into the marital property division equation. Please consult us for details on your particular circumstance.
Put our experience to work
Our broad experience from decades of practicing law will help you to obtain the best possible result based on your situation. The Connecticut marital property attorneys at our Atlantic Street law firm will aggressively work to protect your assets and property.
Call our strategizing lawyers
The effect of your divorce settlement on various taxes can be quite costly if not addressed proactively and thoroughly. Contact a divorce property settlement lawyer at our Stamford law firm when you want a lawyer who understands and can guide you through all financial implications of divorce property settlements.
The Prince Law Group, LLC offers all prospective clients a free 1/2 hour case consultation.
- Divorce Tax Consequences
- Real Estate
- Employee Benefits/Pensions
- Retirement, 401K, IRA, QDRO
- Business Valuations
- Debt, Bankruptcy & Divorce
- Accounting For Hidden Assets
- Fraudulent Conveyance Of Property
- Executive Benefits
- Division of Investment Accounts
- Art Collections & Other Personal Property
- Expat/International Pensions