Canton Property Division Attorneys
There are countless ways in which money and accounts can get commingled during a marriage. Not surprisingly, these unique entanglements can make it difficult to differentiate between what is separate property and what is marital property. What if you borrowed money from a sibling and put that money into a shared bank account for a short period of time? What if you used that money to purchase something? What about purchases made with inheritances?
At Abbott & Abbott, we are well-prepared to handle complex property division issues involving commingled assets and transactions. Our aggressive approach can come in particularly handy in making certain that your separate property is pulled out and protected, as is your fair share of the marital property. We will fight to protect what is yours.
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You Are Not in This Alone
We will stand by your side. Our lawyers will begin your case by listening and learning about your property and about what you want to protect. When necessary, we will work with appraisers and forensic accountants. We will make certain that assets are properly classified, regardless of the commingling and transactions that have taken place.
Fighting for You in Court
Property division issues are often heated. They can become even more heated when they are complex and the other side disagrees with how certain property is classified. While we will certainly work toward a negotiated settlement agreement if possible, we are also ready to go to trial to fight aggressively for you in court.
Contact Us for a Free 30-Minute Consultation
For a free 30-minute consultation with our Canton and Marietta commingling assets in divorce lawyers, contact us today. We accept all major credit cards.