Defending Your Finances During Property And Asset Division
How your divorce is handled will have a significant impact on your financial future. Property acquired during the marriage is subject to division upon divorce. You want to make sure you obtain your fair share of marital property while not taking on more debt than is rightfully yours.
At Hardin Law Firm PLLC, we have extensive experience handling property division matters for clients in Fayetteville and throughout the surrounding North Carolina communities. With more than 10 years of experience, divorce attorney Victoria Hardin is prepared to protect your financial interests.
In North Carolina, title alone does not determine who gets what in a divorce. Your name or your spouse’s name may be on a piece of property, but there is a presumption that the property will still be subject to North Carolina property division laws.
We can protect your interests in the division of all types of marital property, including:
- Real estate
- Retirement assets (including pensions, 401(k)s and IRAs)
- Business assets
- Professional practice assets
We are highly knowledgeable in North Carolina equitable distribution laws, and can provide you with the guidance and advocacy you need for this critical legal matter.
Our clients include military service members and their spouses with concerns over the division of military pensions.
Contact Us For Experienced Divorce Representation
If you are seeking representation for property division matters in North Carolina, our law firm is here for you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 910-849-2356 to arrange a consultation with a divorce lawyer who can protect your financial future.