Asset Division in Connecticut

Get the Facts from a Hamden Divorce Attorney

There are no current Connecticut laws that mandate exactly how marital property will be divided when two spouses divorce. Instead, many property division disputes in the state are brought into the courtroom, where a judge will determine how to split the assets between the separating couple. On top of the marital property being split, it is also entirely possible for property that was solely under the possession of one spouse before they were even married to be divided. Due to this unusual loophole, contested divorces can get heated and it is paramount that you do all that you can to defend your rights, your interests, and your property.

Are you worried that you will lose your fair share of property during your divorce? Contact a Hamden family law attorney from Goldblatt, Marquette, & Rashba, P.C. today to defend your rights during asset division.

Put a Strong Team of Legal Professionals in Your Corner

When you are going through a divorce, it is understandable if you feel like no one has your back. It is crucial, however, that you realize you are in no means alone during this trying time. When you come to Goldblatt, Marquette, & Rashba, P.C., you will be supported by attorneys who genuinely care about your well-being and will treat you as if you were one of our own close friends.

Our clients have come to rely on us for their family law needs, partly due to our numerous accolades:

• 60+ years of combined experience
• Appreciative client testimonials
• Named “Best of New Haven Living” for 2013 and 2014
• Offering an initial case evaluation to all clients

Fight for Your Property During Asset Division

An important step of asset division is determining the value of your shared estate. Before you start deciding what you do and do not want to fight for, you should know how much each piece is worth. You should work with your attorney to schedule appraisals of larger portions of your property, such as your home, car, or even your business. If you cannot decide on who should get what during your divorce, you and your spouse can actually decide to sell parts of your marital property and divide the proceeds.

One of the hot buttons during any divorce is shared debt. No one wants to be accountable for money owed, and it is entirely possible that your spouse is unfairly trying to shirk their responsibility. If you do not retain a professional lawyer to build your case and represent you in court, you could be putting your finances on the line, where a judge will have to decide what to do with the shared debt.

When deciding how to divide assets, including debt, a judge will consider each person’s:

  • Age and health
  • Occupation and employability
  • Total amount of income
  • Liabilities or special needs
  • Opportunity for future income
  • Children or dependents

Call 203.687.4050 to Defend What Is Yours

At GMR Law Firm, our New Haven divorce lawyers know what judges are looking for when deciding upon asset division cases. When you retain our help for your case, we can analyze your marital property and begin cataloguing what you deserve and all the reasons you should be able to keep it after your divorce. Contact us today to start securing your future with award-winning professionals you can trust.

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