Divorce is a time of uncertainty and stress. The divorce attorneys at Terry & deGraauw, P.C. make sure you are informed of the financial consequences of your divorce in Albuquerque, protecting your financial and legal interests in negotiation and/or litigation relating to the division of marital assets.
DIVORCE & DIVISION OF MARITAL ASSETS-ALBUQUERQUE, NM
DIVISION OF ASSETS IN ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
New Mexico is a community property state, meaning that any assets acquired during the marriage are divided equally in the event of divorce. Debts acquired during the marriage also belong to both spouses as well. While courts aim to divide property in a way that is equitable to both parties, it does not necessarily mean your property will be divided equally, particularly if spousal support is at issue.
WHAT PROPERTY CAN BE DIVIDED AFTER DIVORCE IN NM?
Our attorneys prepare you for life after divorce by protecting your financial interests and with the goal of helping you plan for your future. We are experienced in working with high-asset divorces in New Mexico and understand the complexities and nuances these cases bring. Whether you are facing divorce litigation or are choosing collaborative divorce, we can help you divide marital property such as:
- Equity in a home
- Pension funds
- Retirement savings
- Stock portfolios
As a community property state, New Mexico division of assets involves the equal distribution of property acquired during marriage. This can be a complex process, particularly in high net-worth divorce cases. That is why it is so important to have an experienced lawyer at your side to ensure you are educated throughout the process and receive sound legal advice.
MARITAL ASSET DIVISION IN ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
The attorneys at Terry & deGraauw, P.C., work diligently to ensure equitable property divisions. We gather evidence, seek expert opinions and prepare the best case to support your goals. Make the most of your marital assets. Contact us to schedule a consultation at our Albuquerque family law office.