When divorcing couples find out the New York follows the Common Law States or Equitable Distribution States, many assume that their assets and properties are going to be separated straight down the middle with each spouse receiving equal shares. However, that is not how the court views this phrase and that is why it is important to have a skilled attorney by your side during this complex process.
At Goldweber Epstein LLP, we are committed to advocating your rights and best interests. With over 30 years of experience, we strive to create a legal strategy that can ensure your financial future. Our firm has a proven track record of helping countless clients in Manhattan and all of New York City receive their fair share of marital assets.
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If you and your spouse are not able to reach a compromise in a non-contested divorce, the court has the right to divide your property, taking into consideration several factors including the amount each spouse has contributed to the marriage as well as the plans of each spouse moving forward.
Many individuals assume that if they have contributed more to the marriage, they automatically receive more of the assets, but this is not always the case. In the event that an asset is difficult to divide, such as an interest in a business, the court may order that cash exchanges hands in order to make up for the inequity.
As your attorneys, we assess your property and create a plan that can anticipate the court’s concerns and actions. With that in place, we can be in a better position to advocate your interests in court.
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