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Division Of Marital Assets And Debts

Effectively Handling The Equitable Distribution Of Your Marital Estate

The law office of Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, P.C., effectively and efficiently handles divorce and property division in Connecticut. Our attorneys have a strong track record of success in representing high-profile, high net worth clients in a variety of complex property distribution matters.

For the discreet, dedicated attention you need during your divorce, contact our firm today. We offer free initial consultations to all new clients.

Managing The Division Of Marital Assets And Debts During Divorce

In Connecticut, property division during divorce is determined on an equitable distribution basis. This means that all marital assets and marital debt will be divided based on equity or fairness. Sometimes, this means 50-50. Often, however, the dividing line is not so clear. Family courts will look to a number of factors before dividing the following assets and debts:

  • The family home
  • Other real estate
  • Family businesses or other closely held businesses
  • 401(k)s, pensions and other retirement funds
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Inheritances and gifts
  • Credit card debt
  • Home mortgages

Our law firm will help you locate and assess the value of all assets and debts that were acquired during your marriage. We will help protect your nonmarital assets and will fight to see that you receive your fair share.

Skillfully Addressing Your Divorce And Property Division Concerns

At our firm, our lawyers are dedicated to providing you with the comprehensive representation you need during your divorce. We will skillfully maneuver all negotiations with the other party to try to resolve your differences outside of court. If we are unable to reach a settlement agreement that meets your needs, we will comfortably and effectively argue your case in court.

Contact A Law Firm Committed To Pursuing Your Goals

No situation is too complex for us to handle. If you are undergoing a divorce and have property division questions, contact us online or call 203-800-7343.

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