By getting a divorce, you must consider which property is marital and non marital.
Non-marital property is property owned before your marriage. You may have also gained an inheritance or gift that is also considered non-marital property. Usually non-marital property is yours to have unless otherwise ruled by a judge.
Every property that is collected during the marriage would be considered marital property. This includes everything from stocks, houses, bank accounts, and retirement plans.
When the value is established, the assets will be allocated between the two parties.
To solve any problems with property distribution, please call The Law Office of Gerard Montrose at (575) 589-1055 for his expertise legal advice in this matter.
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