Raleigh, NC, 05/10/2016 /SubmitPressRelease123/
Unlike other states in our nation, North Carolina uses equitable distribution to divide property during divorce proceedings. Despite its title though, equitable distribution does not necessarily mean a 50/50 split of property. The “equal” division of a couple’s marital and divisible property is determined by the court after looking at the net value of these assets. Suffice it to say, this can sometimes create more contentions because one spouse may feel that the other is getting more than they are says Raleigh Divorce Lawyer Ryan M. Tarrant
Here are a few things you will need to consider though before drafting a prenup:
Your personal assets.
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About the writer:
Family Law Attorney Ryan M. Tarrant Ryan is experienced in representing clients in child custody, child support, domestic violence, equitable distribution, and alimony matters. In addition to representing his clients in the courtroom, Ryan frequently assists them in resolving their domestic issues outside of court through the negotiation and drafting of separation agreements and property settlements as well as through mediation and arbitration.
Raleigh, North Carolina
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