Representing You In Marital Property Division Cases

If a divorce is in your future, it’s important to look beyond emotions and view the situation pragmatically. How will your retirement accounts and other assets be divided? Who will be allowed to live in the house? And who will be responsible for paying your accumulated debts?

Divorce can be complicated. To protect your financial interests, you will need the help of an experienced family law attorney. The Law Office of Erin Muldoon Haug in Savannah will fight for the assets and property that you deserve.

Many Assets Must Be Reviewed During Divorce

We are a thorough, detail-oriented law firm that will advocate for you. We will sit down with you one-on-one and explain what to expect. Then we will help you get everything you are entitled to have under Georgia law. Fighting over assets can be an exercise in futility unless you have an experienced attorney on your side.

With the exception of gifts and inheritances, all assets acquired by couples during the marriage belong to both spouses and must be divided equitably. This includes:

  • Real estates such as the house, vacation properties and land investments
  • Motor vehicles no matter how old they are
  • Retirement accounts such as IRAs, 401(k)s, 403(b)s and pension plans
  • Financial investments such as stocks and bonds
  • A business

Even assets owned by one party prior to the marriage may include a marital property contribution based on what happened during the marriage.

Debts accumulated during the marriage also are the responsibility of the couple and must be divided. Such debts may be from student loans, mortgages, car loans, credit cards and medical bills.

We Will Advocate For You; Contact Us Now

You don’t want to walk away from your divorce empty-handed. It’s not just your dignity you want to retain. It’s also the assets that you accumulated before and during the marriage that are legally yours. The Law Office of Erin Muldoon Haug in Savannah, Georgia, will provide you with the legal representation you need. Contact one of our lawyers at 912-421-7084.

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