The Final Step Of Your Divorce
The culmination of your divorce case can be the most contentious. At Carolann M. Aschoff, P.C., we attempt to negotiate the division of assets and draft detailed marital property settlements. Our attorneys believe you should know exactly what your financial circumstances will be after your divorce.
Our job is to educate you and generate an agreement for your marital property settlement. Contact our Jersey City office at 201-793-7739, our West Caldwell office at 973-200-4892 or our Bayonne office at 201-793-7739.
The Finality Of A Marital Property Agreement
Our lawyers make our clients aware of the ramifications related to their marital property settlement agreement. Equitable distribution of assets is binding. Therefore, the firm wants you to understand all ramifications of the agreement before proceeding.
Equitable Division Of Assets Is Easier Said Than Done
Under many circumstances, property you owned prior to the marriage will stay with you. The issues in asset division come down to those things acquired during a marriage. Real estate, cars, businesses and bank accounts become the subjects of conflicts and concerns.
From small personal items to large financial portfolios, we work to find the level of comfort you need so you can move on with your life. When beneficial to your case, we can enlist the help of other experts such as property appraisers to gain an accurate assessment of your financial state.