Dividing Marital Property Equitably In Divorce

In Georgia, marital property is divided according to equitable distribution rules, which simply state that all real property, assets and debts accrued during the course of marriage will be divided equitably when a couple divorces. Unfortunately, disputes can arise, which may lead to disputes that need to be addressed with the help of a skilled family law attorney, such as:

  • Disagreements about who should get the marital home
  • Disputes regarding the division of certain debts
  • Allegations that one spouse has hidden assets
  • Issues concerning property and business valuation

We Handle Prenuptial Agreements

Although we are more than capable of handling property division disputes on behalf of our clients, we know that many disputes regarding the distribution of marital property can be avoided with the help of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Our firm has experience drafting, reviewing and executing these legal documents, which may speed up the dissolution of marriage process. If the wording of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is in dispute or is being contested, we can address these issues as well.

Put Your Trust In Us – We Have Your Best Interests At Heart

At Candace E. Rader, P.C., we have more than 25 years of experience successfully resolving a wide variety of family law issues, including disputes that arise because of property division and divorce. We understand that the legal challenges our clients are facing are great, and that in order to reach the best possible outcome, our clients need an attentive lawyer who will aggressively fight for their best interests.

At our firm, we truly care about each of our clients, which means we only make legal decisions that are in their best interests. We believe that if there is something worth fighting for, you should fight that much harder, which is why we provide strong and aggressive representation from beginning to end.

Contact Us Today

If you're experiencing issues concerning the equitable distribution of your marital assets and liabilities, we urge you to contact our firm, Candace E. Rader, P.C. We will thoroughly evaluate your situation and then explain the best options for you. We even have experience helping military service members navigate the challenges of a military divorce.

To schedule an appointment, call our office in Carrollton at 770-854-1112 or send us an email. We offer flexible scheduling for consultations, including after-hours and weekend appointments. All major credit cards are accepted.