Working For Equitable Distribution
One of the essential elements in the divorce process is to ensure that truly equitable distribution of your assets and property takes place. It is the factor that will determine your financial health for the next several years, if not the rest of your life. The attorneys at Bryant & Bleier, LLP, in New York City have the experience necessary for asset and property division where substantial property holdings and assets are involved.
Finding What Is Fair
It is important to remember that the legal mandate of equitable distribution means a fair division, which is not always a strictly equal one. Our firm analyzes what items are actually marital property versus the personal property that you brought into the marriage. Additionally, we work to identify all of the factors that can influence how your marital property gets divided, such as:
- Each spouse’s income and assets at the time of marriage and at the divorce filing
- The existence of a pre- or postnuptial agreement
- The needs of the custodial parent, such as alimony
- Future financial needs, factoring in age and health status
By using your information, we can build a strong strategy to pursue your goals. Our approach includes giving you an educated and realistic estimate regarding the costs associated with achieving your legal objectives, especially in the case of high-asset property division.