Protecting Your Fair Share Of Marital Assets

Divorce comes with many challenges. Although couples without children escape the difficulties associated with parenting plans and custody negotiations, nearly all couples have marital assets or debts of one kind or another. Fairly dividing these between the spouses is often far more complicated than first appears.

At the Catoosa County law firm of William B. Mills P.C., we are here to guide you through the complexities of divorce and asset division. Our founding attorney, William B. Mills, has a decade of experience assisting Georgia clients with family law issues and other legal concerns. Let him put his skill and knowledge to work for you, too.

Dividing Retirement Accounts, Businesses And More

Our lawyer is available to help you divide all types of assets, including:

  • IRAs, 401(k)s, pensions and other retirement accounts
  • Small businesses and professional practices
  • Houses, investment property and other real estate
  • Cars, art collections, jewelry and other valuables

We can also assist you with debt division, including allocating responsibility for mortgage payments, credit card bills and other debts.

Is It Separate Property Or Not?

One question that often arises during divorce is whether a certain asset belongs to one spouse alone or whether it should be considered the property of both spouses. Characterizing assets as marital or separate property may be a simple matter or a sophisticated undertaking, depending on the situation. In general, assets acquired during the marriage are usually considered marital property and subject to division in divorce.

Request A One-On-One Consultation Today

To learn about your options for protecting your share of the assets, do not hesitate to arrange a consultation with our attorney. Mr. Mills will review the unique details of your divorce and advise you about how to proceed. Call our Ringgold office at 706-956-0288 or send an email today.