New Haven County Property Division Lawyers
Understand Connecticut State Divorce & Property Division Law
Known as an "all property equitable division state," Connecticut
allows the court to divide an estate during
divorce proceedings no matter who acquired the assets or when they were acquired. Because
equitable does not refer to an even split of property and finances, the
court will take several factors into consideration when determining the
division of assets.
Our New Haven County divorce lawyers provides our clients with skilled
legal representation and knowledgeable advice about what to expect throughout
the divorce process. Call us today at (203) 723-9420 to learn more.
- According to Connecticut state law, the court may take any of the following
into consideration when dividing property:
- The length of the marriage
- The cause of the divorce
- Which spouse was the primary caretaker of the children
- Each spouse's standard of living
- Any debt involved
- Each spouse's income and employability
- Each spouse's future earning ability
For more than a decade, Law Offices of William P. Burns Jr. LLC has provided
our clients with exceptional legal advocacy throughout all types of divorce.
Whether you are facing a
uncontested divorce, you can rely on our New Haven County family law and divorce lawyers
to assist you throughout every step of the process, including the division
of real estate and other property.
Hire an Attorney from Law Offices of William P. Burns Jr. LLC
If you are facing a divorce in New Haven County or the surrounding areas,
you can depend on Law Offices of William P. Burns Jr. LLC to provide the
experienced and compassionate legal support you need throughout every
step of the divorce process. To learn more about how property is divided
during a divorce, meet with one of our attorneys to discuss your specific
circumstances and how the law may apply to your case.
Call our firm any time during business hours at (203) 723-9420 to
schedule a meeting today.