Equitable Distribution of Property
Equitable distribution is the means by which property is divided in connection with a divorce action or dissolution of a marriage, for example by way of annulment. Equitable distribution does not mean equal distribution, but rather a fair distribution. Equitable distribution of property does not apply only to real property, such as the marital home, and personal property, such as vehicles and home décor, but also to retirement assets, and licenses/degrees obtained during the marriage. Businesses, partnerships, and other similar entities are also subject to equitable distribution during the dissolution of a marriage. Equitable distribution, therefore, requires a valuation of such assets to determine the assets value. Depending on the facts and circumstances of your case, the value of the assets may be impacted by the fact that the source of funds was separate in nature, meaning the source of money, or the property can be traced back to originating before the marriage. As an example, a pension that was started before a marriage can be equitably divided after determining the separate property claim. Our attorneys have referrals for trusted professional that assist with valuations for such claims.
The attorneys at Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates are poised to analyze your assets, and achieve a distribution that is fair, but guided by your desires. Because the value of assets are fungible, we can craft a proposal to your spouse to assist in this distribution of your families’ assets without judicial intervention. In such situations, we may be able to help you avoid extensive valuations by working out the specifics of issues before a trial.
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At Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates, our approach to equitable distribution is reasonable and open-minded. We will advise you as to the best course based on your circumstances, and with our experience we will provide you with options that you more than likely have not even considered. Our divorce attorneys and family law attorneys at Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates represent clients in resolving Custody and Child Visitation Rights in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, Bronx County, Westchester County, Richmond County, Manhattan and Brooklyn Kings County New York.
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Having the right quality lawyer on your side can make a world of difference in a divorce case in New York when equitable distribution is the question at hand. Although it requires you to make a lot of decisions that will have a huge effect on the rest of your life as it changes, finding a lawyer who will work with you, understand your wants and needs, and help you understand how the law can work in your favor can lead to positive results with your divorce. If you are ready to discuss your upcoming divorce with an attorney in New York, contact the attorneys at the Law Offices of Rubinstein, Zeh and Associates today. We offer free initial divorce law and family law consultations, and we are here to help you through this transitional time.
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