Equitable Distribution

Determining an equitable distribution of marital assets can be the most technically difficult part of a divorce. If you are dealing with complex property division issues, it is in your best interests to seek the help of an experienced lawyer. At Greene Wilson Crow & Smith, our family law and prenup attorneys are committed to giving you effective, professional representation.

In North Carolina courts use Equitable Distribution to approach to dividing assets during a divorce, which means that assets will not always be divided 50/50. There are several factors that go in to deciding how assets will be divided including, non-marital property, if one spouse has significantly more than another spouse, earning power of both spouses, and who acquired or maintained the asset, particularly in terms of a family business. Other things that are taken into consideration are services as a homemaker, including how that may affect future earning capacity, duration of the marriage as well as any and all premarital agreements.

Our Attorneys at Greene Wilson Crow & Smith are dedicated to helping you through even the most difficult of equitable distributions cases. Call us or schedule a consultation today to get started.

To learn how North Carolina law may apply to your unique circumstances or to schedule a consultation, please contact Greene Wilson Crow & Smith Attorneys at Law by calling (252) 634-9400 or visiting nctriallawyer.com.